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From: Tooman
Response: Hello Angela, Most brides can only afford one photographer. You might ask friends and family who are good photographers to take pictures at the reception as well. Your church will probably have requirements about taking pictures during the ceremony. Most dont allow anyone other than the professional photographer, who will probably not use flash, to take photos during the ceremony.

The number of videographers that you need will depend on the number of guests that you are inviting. One videographer can handle a group up to about 150. Over that and you might want a second camera. I am not aware of many companies that even offer more than two videographers at a wedding. If they do, the price will be hefty.

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