Being a second shooter at a wedding can be a great way to gain experience with the safety net of working with a more experienced photographer. It can also help you build a portfolio of images and push your creativity. Lisa talks about why she always uses a second photographer, what they do on the day and how to get the best from them. In the UK, copyright law means that all the images second shooters take do belong to them unless you have a contract with them that passes the copyright to you. We have included a download of the second shooter contract that Lisa uses as an example for you. It has been drawn up by our legal expert, intellectual property solicitor Scott Gair. You can download it from the link below.

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