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Interview: Two Mann

Interview: Two Mann

Photographer Interview: Two Mann


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Thank you for watching this interview with Two Mann Studio by the School of Wedding Photography.

Erika and Lanny Mann are based in the Canadian Rockies and describes themselves as partners, parents, and documentary wedding photographers. They have won many awards including:

  • Top 2 Wedding Photographers in the World, Fearless, every year since 2014

  • Fearless Photographer of the Year

  • International Wedding Photographer of the Year

  • Best of the Best, Junebug weddings 2013-16

and more recently they have been Judges for the Junebug’s Best of the Best.

Topics Covered

How would you define being a successful a wedding photographer?

What do you attribute your success to?

How much failure is behind your success?

How important is curating your images for blog and social media posts?

An interview you did with Shotkit you said "we are being paid to capture emotion", is that how you mentally approach shooting a wedding?

What questions do younger photographers usually ask you?

What questions should they be asking you?

Why do you shoot weddings together?

How do you balance partners, parents and running a business?

Knowing what you know now, what advice would you give your self when you were starting out in wedding photography?

What are you looking forward to?




Nicholas Purcell publishes the School of Wedding Photography. He is a father and photographer based in Australia. Since 2014 he has published an annual list of the 100 Best Wedding Photographers in the World. His commercial work has appeared in the NY Times and Harpers Bazaar. The School of Wedding Photography is a blog focussed on helping wedding photographers. Learn and hear the stories from various successful photographers around the world.


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