Tag Archives: candid wedding photography

Dev and Tarisha’s wedding in Udaipur was one of the most fun weddings that we have shot. It was 3 days of pure fun and amazing parties. Dev and Tarisha were extremely warm and their families were very welcoming – we felt that we were among friends all the time. The following pics are a…

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The so called “Candid” wedding photography started in India from 2008. The word “candid” however, has been mis-represented and abused since 2010 when almost anybody and everybody started doing “candid” wedding photography. The term “candid” simply means spontaneous. Something which is not staged or has been done or shot with the flow of the moments…

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A Sindhi Destination Wedding at The Sheraton Hua Hin, Thailand When Raj approached us for this wedding we jumped at the offer. We remember him from the super fun destination wedding of his friend Kunal at Jagmandir in Udaipur. We love shooting Sindhi Weddings, especially Destination Wedding ones. Sindhis know how to party , the…

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Indian Wedding Photography: Photographing an Indian Wedding in Dubai Being Wedding Photographers at Swati and Rohan’s wedding was an amazing experience. Spread across the glitziest venues in Dubai, the wedding celebrations continued for four days. Rohan is a Punjabi and Swati is a Gujarati and as a result both the elements of a Punjabi Wedding…

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Candid Wedding Photographs clicked by Snigdha and me have been featured in the October 2012 issue of Marie Claire India as part of a photo feature showcasing the work of specialised wedding photographers from across the world.

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