Indian Wedding Photographer
Indian weddings really are a fantastic opportunity for a wedding photographer. Apart from all the colour & music, one of the best parts for me as an Indian wedding photographer, is the access all areas. I really can get into pretty much any part of the wedding I want. During the ceremony I’ve often been asked to move closer by the priest & of course during the baraat I can move around without being noticed because everyone is dancing & singing. It is also one of the best things about being a wedding photographer, that I can get the ideal position to get the best shots for the couple. I have plenty of time to move around & get into position, particularly during the ceremony, a part of the day that at other types of wedding can be quite stressful if the priest is unhelpful or the layout of the church or room is cramped. Of course one of the greatest parts of the day for an Indian wedding photographer is the dancing. Plenty of high energy music & loads of people on the dance floor with wonderful colours & movement.
I’ve chosen Anu & Ketan’s wedding above for you to see, I hope you enjoy it. As with lots of Indian weddings, Anu & Ketan had their’s over several days. The two main events were at the Hampshire Barn & in the Mayflower Suite, Grand Harbour Hotel in Southampton. The Indian wedding was at The Grand Harbour Hotel & started early. Anu had already been having her makeup done for at least an hour before I came to her room at 7am! After the baraat in a gold Rolls Royce the ceremony took place in the Mayflower Suite followed by lunch upstairs (I always love the food at Indian weddings!). After a few relaxed hours having speeches & photos we started the main food which took us up to the fabulous dancing. Anu & Ketan love dancing, so they made sure there was plenty of it! After the dancing we headed back to Anu’s house for the Vidaai.