- We see things differently.
That’s kind of obvious since no two people see things exactly the same, but since seeing is the essence of photography, it means you will get the added bonus of two unique perspectives on the events of your wedding day. When you add the fact that one of us is a woman and one of us is a man (duh), we really will deliver the male/female unique perspectives for your wedding.
- One can watch the big picture, the other can watch the details.
Ron may be taking the group photos while Gwynne may be looking at everyone’s hair, makeup, and pockets to make sure everyone looks good and that the groom doesn’t have car keys, a cell phone, and a wallet messing up his pants (yep, Gwynne has fixed that more than once). Ron may be photographing the bride getting ready while Gwynne is photographing the rings, shoes, and other details of importance.
- We capture things from two different perspectives.
Front and back, up and down, different sides. You will get more photographs from several views and they will all be beautiful.
- Sometimes two things are happening at the same time and we can split up and catch them both.
The groom may be getting ready at the same time as the bride. The look on the groom’s face when he sees the bride for the first time and the look on the father’s face when he brings his daughter into the venue. The faces of the people watching the ceremony and a view from the back or the balcony of the whole event. Sometimes a single shooter can get both of these, but not always.
- We back each other up and we are a team.
We have been together for more than 25 years and we know each other very well. In the very unlikely event that something happens, either of us can step up and take charge. We live together, we practice together, and we are always trying new things together in our studio. We love what we do and we believe it shows in our work.