Why should you consider a second shooter?
Nowadays it is very common to see a two wedding photographer team. There are many great benefits to this.
Most studios who offer a second shooter do so because the second shooters are trained to help round out the coverage of the day as best as possible. For example, at the Third Eye Photography studio, Rebecca’s second shooters will always be at a different location with a different lens capturing something completely different than the lead photographer. The two images in this post is a perfect example. The images were captured within moments of each other, but from separate photographer in different locations.
As much as the lead photographer would love to be everywhere at once, they just can’t. In Rebecca’s case, she relies on her second shooter to help get her clients the most comprehensible coverage possible. Second shooters also can be assistants helping the lead photographer stay on the timeline and move through the day with precision and ease.
A second photographer has become very popular in recent year and is something you and your other half should consider while looking for a wedding photographer.
Photo credit goes to Third Eye Photography.