Rick shared many ideas over the course of the day. He definitely stressed only shooting 2/3's (one ear showing and 1/4 inch of face on non-ear side) and profiles with all clients but especially at weddings to add drama and to create images that are pleasing to the eye (and pocketbook!!).
He uses "spider lights", a light meter on his belt, a sense of humor and years of experience to capture and please his clients.
Rick talked a lot about the importance of hands, their placement, romance and open finger position. He has no hesitation in shaking out a client's wrist to loosen them up, then gently position their hand and fingers.
Deliberately overexposing images is a technique he uses a lot with seniors--the results are more than cool.
Rick created the Disney wedding program and still shoots there regularly. For more on Rick, including instructions on overexposure, see http://www.rickferro.com/index.html