WHY YOU WANT TWO PHOTOGRAPHERS
Love & Lens offers both single photographer (PINE, ASPEN) and dual photographer (SPRUCE, CEDAR) service levels. Should you hire a second photographer? Nobody needs a second photographer, but you get to decide if the nominal uncharge is worth it for you. Here we’ve outlined how 2 photographers can enhance your wedding photos.
It’s obvious that a single photographer is constantly making judgement calls on where to stand and what to capture. A second photographer can fill in gaps and tell a much deeper emotional story. Here we offer examples of what we mean by more visual emotion.
Most couples (and their attendants — bridesmaids, groomsmen) get ready in separate spaces and a single photographer has to juggle what’s the most important images at the moment. For most events, we’re allowed on site one hour before ceremony. That hour is packed with activity — arrival at site, dressing, wedding day details (dress, shoes, flowers, etc), pre-ceremony group and individual photos with each of your attendants and close family members, casual moments of anticipation. Whether your bridal party is large or small, you each will be getting ready in separate spaces. Only you know how important it is to you for us to record these moments.
ANOTHER SPY IN THE HOUSE OF LOVE
Even just one photographer will deliver fun candids of your wedding, but all of the images you see here were taken by a second Love & Lens photographer. Another creative set of eyes could bring you your favorite images!
DO WE GET TWICE AS MANY IMAGES?
Not twice as many, but the image count does increase. On a typical wedding day, a single Love & Lens photographer (PINE, ASPEN) will generate in the range of 75-125 finished image per coverage hour, while couples who select a dual photographer package (SPRUCE, CEDAR) are likely to see 100-150 images per coverage hour.