We are incredibly excited and honored that you’re considering Frame Hunter’s for your photography needs. Wedding photography is one of the biggest investments you’ll make for your wedding day. After the vows have been read, the cake cut, and the bouquet tossed, your wedding photos are the only memories you have of your wedding day.
When you invest with us, you’re getting more than a wedding photographers that just shows up on your wedding day, you get an experienced photographers, someone’s who aren’t laid back but knows how to hustle, someone’s who genuinely cares about you, and someone’s who knows how to work a timeline and make sure you’re not just stuck taking pictures, but REALLY enjoying your day with your friends and family. You’re investing in a quality, exclusive, experience.
In the weeks preceding your wedding day, we will be spending time getting to know each other. We believe establishing a close relationship is crucial to capturing the vision of your perfect wedding. Planning a wedding is stressful, and we are here to help. We want you to focus on your day while we capture those wonderful moments you’ve spent countless hours preparing for.
A wedding is a big deal, and you can trust our expertise and to help guide you thru the whole photography experience.
And the fun only starts with our engagement sessions!
What Our Clients Are Saying
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It was a pleasure to work with Frame Hunters. Two great photographers full of passion. Very friendly and professional. We can’t thank them enough for the lovely photos they did for us. If you are looking for high quality photos Frame Hunters are the ones to go for
TWO WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHERS ARE BETTER THAN ONE
We totally agree. In most cases, you’ll want a second photographer for a lot of practical reasons, and not only the two outlined above (getting ready in two separate locations and a large number of guests). There’s also the logistics of how to shoot the walk down the aisle. Think about it: You’ll want your walk and your fiance’s reaction to it, your vows and your parents’ reactions. You get the point — multiple things happen simultaneously at weddings and they’re all worth capturing, from getting ready to the ceremony, cocktail hour and reception. In our opinion, a second shooter is definitely worth it, even with a smaller number of guests. Of course there are a few ways to „hack” the timeline so that a second shooter is a little less necessary. For instance, coordinate the getting ready time so that bridesmaids and the bride are getting ready first, then groomsmen, so that one photographer can capture both scenarios.
HERE ARE 5 REASONS I WHY RECOMMEND A TWO WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER…
HAVING A SECOND PHOTOGRAPHER ALLOWS TO BE IN MORE THAN ONE PLACE AT THE SAME TIME. On a wedding day, us photographers get pulled in many different directions. One person might be getting ready in one hotel room while the other gets ready in another hotel room… on the other side of town! During the ceremony it’s wonderful to have two different views and perspectives of everything that happens. While I’m taking family photos, my second shooter can go photograph all of those details you spent so much time choosing while your guests are still at cocktail hour. While I’m photographing the bride throwing her bouquet, my second shooter can focus on all the ladies diving for it. Who wouldn’t want both of those photos?
A SECOND SHOOTER PROVIDES A DIFFERENT STYLE, NEW INTERPRETATIONS AND A FRESH SET OF EYES THROUGHOUT THE DAY.
No two photographers are created equally. With a second photographer at your wedding, you really are getting the benefit of two different photographers. Twice the experience, twice the creativity, twice the number of photos… but everything coming from that second photographer is different than what you get from me. They might use a different lens than I’d use or stand in a different place than I would or maybe just be able to get a real smile from that one nephew who’s just too cool to smile for me. It’s a huge benefit.
SECOND SHOOTERS CAN FOCUS ON DETAILS WHILE I WORRY ABOUT THE BIG PICTURE.
I rely on my second shooters to capture many of the detail shots throughout the day, but I also rely on them to keep an eye on things that shouldn’t be in a photo. Like what, you ask? Like someone wearing sunglasses in a family photo or a groomsman who’s suit pants look bad because he’s got a phone, a flask and car keys stuffed in his pockets. I love having someone with me who doesn’t have to worry about the big stuff and has time to notice how the bride plays with a little curl of her groom’s hair or how the groom delicately touches the small of his bride’s back. Ideally, I’d notice those things as well, but sometimes things get missed, which brings me to my next point…
A SECOND SHOOTER PROVIDES BACKUP IN CASE SOMETHING GETS MISSED.
I’m not just talking about the kiss (although that’s a pretty big moment to have a little backup for). I’m talking about all of the moments that are constantly happening at weddings. Family members who haven’t seen each other in years sharing a laugh. Little kids being little kids. Ridiculous friends doing ridiculous things. Hugs. Smiles. Tears. They happen all night long. They can’t all be photographed, but with two photographers around, the odds are pretty good that the big ones won’t be missed.
SECOND SHOOTERS ARE LIKE AN INSURANCE POLICY.
Unfortunately, no matter how much we plan and how careful we are, sometimes bad things happen. A car accident, memory card failure or broken piece of gear at just the wrong moment are the stuff of nightmares for wedding photographers. With a second shooter, the risk is greatly minimized. Personally, I only work with second shooters who are full-time wedding photographers and who I would trust to shoot the entire wedding as if it were their own. That way, if something bad happens, you’ve still got a legit photographer who I know and trust with you who can make the magic happen! We hope this helps you understand why ,having a second shooter is so important.