Shot near beach in Mangalore, Karnataka,India. Dramatic Cotton clouds with awesome location gave a perfect background which i was looking for. Crazy friends of bride & groom Daphne & Denis created the mood of this image.
Perfect candid moment, this particular image tells the entire story. Shot from Bride's house's terrace during wedding day, Gorgeous Bride Adlit leaving her house for church nuptials ceremony.
This particular image created against pure white wall using Color gels to create some dramatic mood . Bridal couple Meha & Joel first met during some dance party some years ago. Their passion for dance brought them together. So I created dance pose to tell their love story in Resort , where reception was taken place.
This photograph was shot at a very beautiful town in coastal Karnataka, India called Kundapur. I have used flash and got in the fire work for the dramatic effect. This picture happens to be from my " Fire wool" series. The couple were great fun to work wit and we had a blast through the wedding.
This picture happens to be from the Outdoor photo shoot of Nishelle and Aaron. It was a rainy day and the tree house looked like the perfect place for the shoot. Nishelle and Aaron was fun to work with.
The photo is from the wedding shoot of Amanda and Tushar. Another great couple, I had the opportunity to work with. This was taken outside the Abu Dhabi Palace. We hardly had anytime to prepare because of the rush it had to be done in for security reasons. This was captured in a window period of 3 mins.
This image was taken on the same day of the wedding. Tania and Elroy were really sweet and an amazing couple I’ve come across. The timing happened o be posted sunset. Location-The Sultan Battery watch tower constructed in 1784 by Emperor Tipu Sultan. It was also a naval station and was of great importance to the ruler as he used it to intercept enemy warships and prevent them from docking.
Meghna(Bride) and Keith( Bridegroom) were really fun to capture. This image was shot at their reception in Mangalore, Karnataka, India. The ribbons on the ceiling looked mesmerising to my eyes and once I saw it through the lens, it just got better with them in the frame with it. My options were limited and as the venue did not have much to offer besides the decor. The decor made this happen.
Tushar( Bridegroom) proposed to Amanda( Bride) at the same place which marked the onset of their fairly tale. I also had the privilege of shooting their wedding at Abu Dhabi, U.A.E. Now the love birds have relocated to Melbourne. I happened to be in Australia for an event and upon touching base with the couple, the idea of having this photo shoot was conceived. It was great fun shooting with Amanda and Tushar all over again.
The location happens to be at backwaters near Mangalore, India. I must say the couple were very interesting and open to ideas. The bride & groom was more than willing to experiment. This shoot happens to be the most challenging one. This was shot with long exposure.
Two of the major challenges were the fire wool works and the water. Reason being the water was never stable which in turn kept moving the boat and in addition to this the person handling fireworks had to keep safety in mind and in the process kept moving the boat which was used as support for him to carry out his work. After one and half hour, we were able to pull it off. Must say this experience redefined patience.
The location happens to be one of the beaches in Mangalore, beautiful coastal city in Karnataka (India). A home to lush greenery.
with a motley of interesting people. The plan was to shoot at twilight during sunset (my personal favourites), however due to time constraints, we arrived at 3:00pm.
The light was very harsh however I loved the colour of the sand and its texture. While pondering over what best i could offer with current circumstances, I happened to notice the shadow looking down.And there it was “the shadows” appearing larger than life which reflected joy and happiness.