Hi David, I've shot them single, and it's hard as all get out, but can be done. There are still people out there shooting one camera, but more and more you are seeing husband and wife teams, and lots and lots of pro shooters teaming up. The main reason, is that it makes it easier on everyone. You can simply cover twice as much. Another great reason, is it is a great sales tool. Why pay for one photographer when you can get two for around the same price? Here is how a normal day would go: Have the girls and guys both meet us at the function around the same time. I do girl get readies, and hubby does guys. Assistant would do coverage and details. If no assistant, we each take a chunk when we have time. We team up for formals. We both set up the lights and equipment. I stack 'em and hubby shoots them. Our assistant would be coverage for whoever is not currently having formals taken. During the ceremony, I always take the front of the church if I can sweet talk my way in. I always try to get an angle for the bride, as she's most apt to cry. Hubby handles general coverage from the back, as well as procession recession. (I'm a terrible pro/rec shooter). If we have an assistant, he/she will work side coverage. Post formals go the same as pre formals. The assistant would be shooting people mulling around waiting for formals or in some cases is sent ahead to the reception. Reception duties are always: Hubby does the macro, details, and reception hobnobbing stuff, including following the couple around as they meet guests. During this time, I get the table shots out of the way. Then we start taking turns getting our food, and getting some rest in. For dancing, I am the only one allowed on the floor. I handle the main dance shots, and everyone else is coverage for different angles, or seating coverage. On tosses, we split it up. One takes bride/groom, one takes the catchers. On toasts, I am the close up (again, on the dance floor) and hubby is coverage, and long lens. On Cake, we both come in, taking two different angles. If we have an assistant, this person will also be on cake. For the leave, One will get midway into the exit line, and the other will be posted at the car. If there is an assistant, they will be placed close to one of the main shooters, but the main shooter would take precedence. Hope that helps!