The question that we get the most often is what the advantage is of having two wedding photographers. Because of this, we’ve decided to answer this in a bit more detail.
We always photograph weddings with the photographers. Often we each start at a different location in the morning, usually Hermine goes to the bride and Ramon to the groom. The rest of the day we try to get two different perspectives on your wedding. For example during the first-look, the photoshoot – when we try to capture those natural moments without posing but also during the ceremony and the rest of the day.
Beneath we’ll share a few examples where of the same moment we’ve made two entirely different photographs. For example, in the morning Hermine will photograph the bride getting her make-up and hair done, shoot all the details and other moments, while Ramon is at the groom capturing his moments and details. Often the groom doesn’t have too much work getting ready, but nevertheless there are important moments, like when hanging out with groomsmen our being with parents.
The Wedding Ceremony
When you’re together we’ll photograph your day in a structured way. At the wedding ceremony one of us will shoot the “must-have moments” like the exchanging of the rings, the kiss, signing of the register, etc. while the other person will focus on other important moments that are happening, like when one of your parents is crying or a little bridesmaid is bored. Our goal is to make a set of images that is complete, not only focussing on you, but on your guests as well.
Storytelling Wedding Photography
Together we capture all of the emotions during unexpected moments. There’s a good chance that someone gets emotional when you don’t expect it, or a family member gives a speech during dinner or when you have a moment to yourself in the morning with one of your best friends. We believe that we can make the best photos when we become part of the day and capture those unexpected moments when you’re enjoying each other and your guests.
In summary: having two photographs will make sure both of your stories will get captured. Not only pictures of the bride or groom, but also of your lovely guests that are equally as important.