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Photographer remakes wedding album lost in Camp Fire

Marc and Mary Taylor lost everything in November 2018 in the Camp Fire. Forced from their home, then trapped in traffic, they had to run for their lives. Their losses included all their photos, most notably their wedding album. Mary decided to at least try and find the photos from that day and tracked down the photographers she and her husband hadn’t seen in nearly 20 years. "They came back to me and said, 'We dug immediately, and we found them. We have them.' And I told Marc, I said, 'Oh my God, they have them.' And so we both started crying," Mary recalled. "She comes out and (Mary) says, 'They're gonna remake the album. And bring it and give it to us. We were just like, 'That just doesn't happen,'" said Marc. Even after shooting hundreds of weddings, photographer Richard Briggs still remembered the Taylors' big day. “I remember him crying as she was walking down the aisle, and I thought, 'These people are so much in love,'” he said. Remembering a wedding after 20 years is unusual, but even more unusual was the fact that Briggs still had the negatives. Subscribe to KCRA on YouTube now for more: Get more Sacramento news: Like us: Follow us: Instagram:
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