VOUGE magazine says you should not hire a professional wedding photographer

So here we are on another topic about wedding photography. Let me just re-quote what VOUGE had to say.

It made sense back in the olden days, pre–Facebook albums and Instagram hashtags, when the whole world didn’t have phones with cameras on them. Having the actual leather-bound album on your coffee table seemed like the only evidence that the whole thing actually took place. If social media is not your thing, why not scatter some disposable cameras around the party and let your drunken guests go to town? You’ll end up with hilarious and candid pictures without the pressure of “likes.”
— VOUGE Magazine

After I read through the whole article from here, which is 10 wedding rules to break. I overall think this is just to get more publicity. The new trend anywhere around the world now is to write something opposite of what people appreciate to get more attention. e.g. Even though I've heard of VOUGE mag I never went to see it, UNTIL today. Also through her article I hear a bit of sarcasm.

As a protog in Sri Lanka, we have gained a lot of skill, experience, put in time to talk with couples, understand requirements, have good gear to help them capture their moment. It's not just we quote something BIG and get rich fast, NO. I have seen people do that and close down their businesses. This is a delicate situation where once in your lifetime you invest in this and the only thing left are memories of that extravagant day! I am so blessed to have such awesome brides in the past few years, who totally understand the need for super photos on their wedding day.