Category: Wedding Photography

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How to plan a destination wedding without going crazy!




How to plan a destination wedding without going crazy! Destination weddings are all the rage but planning them can be a sheer nightmare considering the venue, décor, food etc are all out of your immediate control. Not everyone has the budget to go five star, so here are some tips to manage being trendy without much fuss.

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Plan a retro wedding… here’s how!




Plan a retro wedding… here’s how! Old is in and retro or vintage themed parties are all the rage… so why not jump on the fashion wagon and plan your wedding to go with the current trend? Here are some simple ways to go retro. Choose the period: How old do you want to go? This may be dictated by what you can get your hand on easily – research the 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s and pick the decade that you...

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The beautiful rituals of the… Bengali wedding!




The beautiful rituals of the… Bengali wedding! The traditional Bengali wedding has a number of unique, colourful rituals, setting it apart from other regions across the country. Sprinkling rice husk and trefoil plant on the bride’s head is considered auspicious and is part of a pre-wedding ritual called Ashirbaad. A bit of gold jewellery is exchanged in some weddings and these days couples also exchange rings during this informal ceremony.

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Guest post: What editors want in bridal shoots By Kalyani Prasher




Guest post: What editors want in bridal shoots By Kalyani Prasher There are hundreds of bridal and wedding magazines in the market and in a dying industry these are some of the businesses that are still doing well. Lots of magazines means lots of content needed so wedding photographers are in business… if you get the following stuff right.

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Ace photographer Chenthil Mohan on wedding photography’s dos and don’ts




Ace photographer Chenthil Mohan on wedding photography’s dos and don’ts Canvera: What do you think are the big issues in wedding photography as it stands today? Chenthil: The wedding photography market is saturated; what you call ‘candid wedding’ today is a much mutated form of real candid photography. The trend picked up in 2008-2009, I got into it around 2009, and what we called candid then cannot be recognised today.

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