When you choose Images Photography and Video to capture your wedding day, you are guaranteed excellence. In order to capture every details and special moment, a second photographer and videographer will always be part of the team. There are several benefits to having a second shooter on the team.
First, we can't be everywhere at one time. Capturing prep shots and pre-ceremony details of the bride and groom requires more than one photographer or videographer. We can't be in two places at once. By having a second shooter, we can cover more events at one time. We always plan for capturing the traditional "posed" photos, but we are passionate about capturing the candid, "photojournalistic" moments that truly tell your story. A second shooter will be able to get all of the little moments that are happening behind the scenes.
Second, during the wedding, the main photographer will be focused on capturing the traditional, "scheduled" moments of your ceremony. There are times when a venue limits the amount of movement or locations that a photographer and videographer can shoot. Having two shooters means we can be in two locations, limit distracting movements and capture multiple angles, emotions and special candid moments.
Third, we often "divide and conquer" bridal party photos which helps your photography time line move more quickly. My brides love being able to move quickly with the photos after the ceremony and get to the reception without keeping their guests waiting for a long period of time.
Finally, a wedding day schedule usually moves quickly and often leaves us with limited time, having a second shooter means we won't miss any moment. While I am finishing bridal portraits, my second shooter can be in the reception getting all of the details, decor, guest photos and any other moments that may be happening.
To recap, do you really need a second photographer or videographer? The answer is YES!