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It depends on how you want your day to be captured. The advantage of having two photographers is that they can focus on different matters, for example, one focuses on capturing the wedding couple and one focuses on guest reactions... It also helps with the "getting ready" part when they can be at 2 locations at the same time. if you have only one photographer, he/she may need to go to locations one by one, which requires a longer service.
I highly recommend having two photographers for a large wedding (over 100 guests). If your wedding is more chill and relax, one photographer can easily capture the day.
I have done weddings by myself and with my second photographer before. It's hard to tell the differences in the ceremony and reception parts. However, I always had more photos of the couple during the portrait session as my second photographer helped me look after the wedding party.
Hope it helps.
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