"We're not for everybody," says Tyler Wirken of his Kansas City, Missouri, studio. His clients, he explains, are usually more interested in images of other people at their wedding than of themselves. They're "not center-of-attention people," he says. You could say the same of Wirken himself. Having started out as a photojournalist, he takes an unobtrusive approach to capturing the wedding day through candid shots of shared moments. "Outside of portraits, I don't direct anything," he says. "If I talk to them a lot, then I end up affecting the integrity of the moment."