Your wedding day is a once-in-a-lifetime celebration of love and you want every precious moment to be beautifully preserved. One of the most crucial decisions you’ll make to preserve those memories is hiring a photographer and videographer.
We want to take some time and really explore with you how having a collaborative team can lend itself to cohesiveness, efficient timelines, an amazing retelling of your day, and a superior product.
It’s important to remember that it’s very common for couples to hire two separate teams to cover their photography and videography needs, but after working in this business for years, we’ve found that having two different teams (that have most likely never worked together) can cause a lot of unnecessary challenges.
The Power of Teamwork:
Kasey and I have been together for 15 years and to say we know each other would be an absolute understatement. We know how to collaborate, communicate, and support each other to make sure nothing is missed on your day.
In short, we know what the other needs and expects, which leads to a smooth day all throughout.
Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen:
The truth is, when you have two separate teams, it can be overwhelming.
One of the biggest challenges and something you should consider when deciding to hire a duo, like Kasey and I, or a separate videographer is getting direction from two different people! This is the thing that I find really difficult and what most couples end up struggling with because it can be overwhelming and delay the timeline.
I mean, think about it – having two different people on two separate teams, giving two sets of directions (oftentimes in opposition to each other) – it is a lot.
So, when you are considering whether or not you want two separate teams or a team like Kasey and I, remember that we have the same style, experience, communication, and game plan. We have complete trust in one another which allows us to focus our attention on what matters most, you and your experience.
Efficient Planning and Timelines:
Planning and timelines are two of the most important parts of your wedding day, and Kasey and I really get the job done! Sure, it’s great to have beautiful pictures and video but the goal of your day isn’t to be in front of the camera all day and leave guests waiting! You want to get to the food and fun, and even though we consider you family by the time your day arrives – you don’t want to spend it with your photographer and videographer trying to compete for time and shots, etc.
Kasey and I work closely with you to set up a well-organized timeline for your wedding day and collaborate on scheduling; allowing for smooth transitions between different events and our artistic and professional needs. Our teamwork minimizes stress and allows you to relax and enjoy your day! You know that every moment will be captured beautifully and that we have everything under control.
Cohesive Storytelling and Consistency in Quality:
We can showcase a completely connected story of your day while maintaining visual cohesiveness between your photos and videos.
On your wedding day, we aren’t competing with each other for time, angles, or lighting because we have spent so much time planning it all out. Our experience working together is the thing that really sets us apart.
We build the entire day around supporting you and each other so we can give you exactly what you asked for when the final products are delivered. Unlike hiring separate individuals who may have different styles and approaches, Kasey and I ensure a uniform and complementary look throughout. This consistency guarantees a high-quality, dynamic retelling of your day that will surpass your expectations.
Remember, your photographer and videographer are the two vendors who will spend the most time with you on your wedding day and it’s important that they know how to communicate and work together efficiently to give you the best experience and product while keeping your wedding day timeline on track.
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