Wedding Photographers don't make a name for themselves by playing it safe.
Most wedding photographers know the Brenizer method, named after Ryan Brenizer. You take a series of 30+ photos (Pictured below) to be able to stitch together in photoshop later. The result is a very thin depth of field with a wider field of view. So youre 56mm f1.2 can be stitched to show the field of view and depth of field of an impossible 29mm f0.45. Most of the time when shooting a Brenizer in the woods or the street you don't have much of an issue however when you're in close quarters any movement will throw the whole stitch off. As you can see above. A Brenizer is a very high risk, high reward shot. This one didn't work out in my favor but you don't know until you shoot it and I love the photos quirks anyway!