It's a pretty short article, so I won't quote much. But, I highly recommend reading it if you're looking for a wedding photographer.
The author notes that a lot of time is spent talking about photographic styles, camera equipment, techniques such as flash vs. available light and other issues like film vs. digital, full-frame vs. crop sensor and so on. Then, he gets to the main point of the article:
Huh? So what does all this tell you? The answer:
Exactly! When you're looking for a photographer, all of that stuff is beside the point. In the end, what really matters is the photos. If the photos speak to you, what difference does it make what camera the photographer used, or if it was shot on film or digital?
And since all posts are better with a photo, here's a photo from Karen and Mikey's wedding last year that has just grown and grown on me. I feel that it's a great example of the kind of photos that I strive to take: simple, honest, and real.