Indiana wedding photographer

Location : London

For some time, I’ve had the great privilege of being able to work as an Indian wedding photographer. Indian weddings are full of energy, joy and emotion and emphasise the important role played by the bride and groom’s families and friends in the wedding proceedings. Because of my background as a photojournalist, these wonderful events lend themselves to my style of photography. They are full of colour, excitement and elation.

Indian weddings make my job as a photographer extremely rewarding! Many Indian weddings go on until the early hours. I therefore make a point of staying as long as is needed. It allows me to capture the vibrant dancing and cheering at the height of the celebrations. Because so many different things continue to happen at Indian weddings, you often need to be in two places at the same time. I therefore try and take along a second photographer. It allows me to cover the groom getting ready as well as the bridal preparations. Having a second photographer at my side also enables me to cover the dance floor from all the key angles when the wonderful dances are in progress.

A two-photographer package also results in considerably more images in your final collection. I very much recommend it for weddings where the number of guests exceeds 100. Many of the Indian weddings that I have covered were held in central London. My most recent venues included The Grosvenor House Hotel, The De Veve Grand Connaught Rooms and Addington Palace. The ballrooms at these amazing locations are amongst the best event spaces you can hope to photograph. They allow me to get extremely creative with my flash lighting equipment and produce some wonderful and striking results.

If you’re looking for an experienced Indian wedding photographer in London, please get in touch here to arrange a meeting.

INDIAN WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER

LOCATION: LONDON

For some time, I’ve had the great privilege of being able to work as an Indian wedding photographer. Indian weddings are full of energy, joy and emotion and emphasise the important role played by the bride and groom’s families and friends in the wedding proceedings. Because of my background as a photojournalist, these wonderful events lend themselves to my style of photography. They are full of colour, excitement and elation.

Indian weddings make my job as a photographer extremely rewarding! Many Indian weddings go on until the early hours. I therefore make a point of staying as long as is needed. It allows me to capture the vibrant dancing and cheering at the height of the celebrations. Because so many different things continue to happen at Indian weddings, you often need to be in two places at the same time. I therefore try and take along a second photographer. It allows me to cover the groom getting ready as well as the bridal preparations. Having a second photographer at my side also enables me to cover the dance floor from all the key angles when the wonderful dances are in progress.

A two-photographer package also results in considerably more images in your final collection. I very much recommend it for weddings where the number of guests exceeds 100. Many of the Indian weddings that I have covered were held in central London. My most recent venues included The Grosvenor House Hotel, The De Veve Grand Connaught Rooms and Addington Palace. The ballrooms at these amazing locations are amongst the best event spaces you can hope to photograph. They allow me to get extremely creative with my flash lighting equipment and produce some wonderful and striking results.

If you’re looking for an experienced Indian wedding photographer in London, please get in touch here to arrange a meeting.

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