If the video was released without the B&G's permission after the event (not by their contract) then in my book this guy is real piece of work.
There is an additional video on youtube: something would happen - feat: ABC News
The bride's brother posted the video. According to the couple (who spoke in the ABC coverage in the youtube link above) the photog had not gotten any restrictions other than not blocking the isle. They were very surprised about the priest's action. They did not blaim the photog is any way.
The photog was Kamrul Haman. I looked at his website (www.dhoomstudio.com) and am not particulaly impressed by his portfolio. In his blog (http://www.dhoomstudio.com/blog/) he has a posting about the incident incl some pic from happier moments of the day. He quote's the bride stating that it did not ruin the day.
Stop the video at :38 and imagine how Haman and his other photographer would look standing behind the pastor in the middle of the arbor at the most important part of the ceremony.
The photog needs to get a clue, he was only told to stay out of the aisle? He should have enough sense to stay out of scene.