Huh. Well that's a new one.
You know how artsy wedding photographers like to get the behind-the-scenes junk before the wedding--the joshing around, the getting dressed, the brushing of hair?
Well here's something else for your fiancée to worry about: pervy photographers capturing semi-nude photographs.
The New York Daily News reports that a bride explicitly asked the photographer not to use any risqué photos, but then, to the woman's chagrin, the photog posted them on their website.
Probably a reason to be miffed, right? But then the bride slapped the company with a lawsuit and claimed posttraumatic stress disorder. Seriously.
From the Daily News:
A blushing bride got her panties in a bunch after wedding-day snapshots of her in a pair of unmentionables popped up on a Web site.
Sara Bostwick is suing the high-society wedding photographer who she says drove her to posttraumatic stress disorder by snapping racy pictures before her wedding - and posting the "offending photographs" online.
The takeaway? If you're looking to save cash and want to cut down on your photography expenses, you can get a little creative and warn your fiancée about this disturbing new trend, suggesting, to be on the safe side, that you keep your photographs to an absolute minimum.
And for our more substantive guide on this topic, see: How to Find a Photographer That Doesn't Suck.