One of the things that 90% of the brides tell me is that 'He won't smile' or that 'he's awkward on camera'. Heard it, seen it and dealt with it. As photographers our job is to make you feel comfortable. If Vibhav was uncomfortable, he sure didn't show it on the morning we shot. Arya swears he was, and I think she definitely knows him much better than I do.
I can't remember when the trend started. Shooting in town. Maybe because there were fewer photographers in 2013-2014. At the end of the shoot we went in for brun maska chai at B Merwan (one of the few surviving Irani Café's in Mumbai). Our plan was to sneak in a few shots there, unfortunately it was so crowded that we didn't get a chance at all. But boy was that a good breakfast. Almost like a 'good job' pat on our backs.
When elopements are filled with more confusion, passion and love than planned weddings.
Intimate wedding. Big heart. Beach party. Perfect 100!
Sometimes you've got to wait for love but when it arrives, oh! boy, it arrives with passion!
Eventuality. Rollercoaster rides and peanut butter jelly sandwiches.
When fellow wedding photographers and friends trust you to document their wedding day! A Bengali-Andhra wedding in Kolkata.
An office romance come to life. Two families from different cultures united in faith, hope and love. This is why I love documenting love stories.
Mathew & Saly aren't fazed by all this energy at St Thomas Marthoma Church, Kozhencherry. They just want to get married and have fun while at it!
Modern wedding with reception party
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