Two Photographers Make Sure – No Moment is Missed
Wedding days tend to be pretty busy. From the get go many things occur at different locations, simultaneously. They are all worth capturing as part of the entire story of your big day. It’s hard to be in two places at one time, obviously a single shooter cannot achieve this, a team of two wedding photographers can.
Bride and Groom coverage in the morning is a great example that is included as standard in our wedding photography services. Here, both sides of the wedding story are often taking place in two very different venues. Hiring a wedding photography duo means that we can capture the details, people, emotions and scenery in different locations at the same time throughout the day.
The following photos were taken at exactly the same time, in very different locations by two wedding photographers
Two Photographers Provide – More Natural Photographs
Shooting from different angles throughout a wedding day allows us to capture the wedding party unawares.
During a drinks reception guests may see one photographer capturing the bride and groom laughing together but not realise the other has just taken candid photos of them laughing at the same joke. During couple and group photographs we use two photographers to capture natural images in what was traditionally an unnatural situation.
By meeting people’s expectations that a photographer will capture the kiss or the smiling group we can then photograph the relaxed moments before and afterwards candidly.
The following natural images were all captured during group photographs
Two Photographers Means - No Time Limits
We don’t work as ‘photographer and assistant’ or as ‘first and second shooter’ we are a team of two full time wedding photographers, working synchronously together.
We often bounce ideas off each other, keeping our creative juices flowing. If one of us needs a five minute rest the other will still be shooting away, which a single shooter can not do. This means that the quality of our work is maintained at a consistently high level no matter how long the wedding day.
The following photos were taken at least 12 hours apart over a wedding day