I like telling a good story. I like hearing a better one. What I bring with me is the beauty of street photography and the skill I have honed over years practicing it, applied to a wedding day scenario. The result is a set of images shot in a photojournalistic style which is as candid as it gets, where all elements in a photograph attempt to come together in a secret dance of sorts. A photograph is witness to events. Social, cultural, religious, political — the most beautiful aggregation of all of which comes together in a wedding. It’s the wedding photographer who gets almost unfettered access to document these moments which make up one of the most significant passages of time in a family’s life. This, and being welcomed with open arms into a household while being made privy to what brings them together as one. Because come on, for someone whose first love has been shooting on the street, all the while keeping an eye out for offended glares, this change is like getting a makeover from seeing a band’s jam session through a peephole to experiencing a sold-out concert from the first row.
₹ 40,000 per day
Latest wedding photography style. All about candid - less poses, more natural. Essentially, the person getting clicked doesn't realise they're on camera so real emotions are caught. Eg. bride getting ready, romantic glance exchanged between couple.