Shooter vs. Shooter!(?)

The importance of a good relationship between your photographer &

by Gary Randall

The relationship between Photography and Videography should be one
that is complimentary, not competitive. Both the photographer and I are looking for the perfect angles and shots so we can give a quality product to the bride. There are no second chances or retakes of what happens.

Sometimes this requires some give and take and a good working
relationship between the photographer and videographer. I have worked with many photographers and videographers with various levels of experience and skill. Technical skill is vital for photographers and videographers to produce great work. However, I believe that personality, professionalism, and customer service ultimately make him or her stand out.

When it’s right, there is a synergy between a trusted photographer and myself, and therefore,  our mutual brides can rest assured that they will receive a great set of photos and a wonderful video that will make their wedding memories last a lifetime.

When talking to prospective photographers and videographers, be sure to ask about their working relationships with other area vendors.

Gary Randall is owner of LNR Productions. He has been shooting
weddings for over 20 years along the Outer Banks and its surrounding areas. LNR Productions (named after Gary’s daughter, Lindsay) is based in Hampton, Va., but regularly travels to North Carolina.

“Your wedding will be full of once in a lifetime moments, and a professional video is an investment that will be repaid many times over throughout your life together. That is why my passionate dedication to providing you with the highest quality, personalized video experience means you will have a finished product that exceeds all your expectations. Feel free to call (757.449.2935) or e-mail ( any time. You can see some of my work on my web-site at:”

Gary Randall


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