WORK WITH A SEC­OND SHOOTER

In­crease your flex­i­bil­ity and artis­tic di­ver­sity on large-scale shoots by col­lab­o­rat­ing with an­other pho­tog­ra­pher

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Hav­ing a sec­ond pho­tog­ra­pher join you on a wed­ding shoot is a com­mon way to in­crease your cov­er­age of larger events. How­ever, the more peo­ple you add to your team, the more com­plex your shoot can be­come. Clearly dis­cuss what type of im­ages your col­league will be re­spon­si­ble for and at what stages of the day they will cap­ture them. if both pho­tog­ra­phers are us­ing flash, en­sure you are work­ing on dif­fer­ent wire­less chan­nels to pre­vent in­ter­fer­ing with each other’s work, and con­struct a sched­ule to guar­an­tee one pho­tog­ra­pher is never wait­ing for an­other to fin­ish be­fore they can progress with the same sub­jects.

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