SAP Media Worldwide Ltd. publishes monthly magazine for Indian Photography Industry
 
 

Current Issue : November 2017

 

In this Issue

Pro Profile - Brett Butterstein
Pro Profile - Amar Ramesh
Festivals of India - Chhath Puja
Low-light Wedding Photography
Using the environment for wedding photographs
Importance of Depth of field in Wedding Photography
 
 
 
 
 

Pro Profile - Brett Butterstein

Having spent five years as a newspaper photographer, he moved to wedding photography in 2005. Since then he has photographed weddings full time, travelling a lot, teaching workshops and falling in love with colour photography. He is constantly pushing the envelope of wedding photography to the next level, and was awarded the prestigious Photographer of the Year award in 2016 by the Wedding Photojournalist Association. This month, we interview San Diego-based wedding photographer Brett Butterstein and find out why his award-winning work stands out.
 

 
 
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Pro Profile - Amar Ramesh

From starting off solo in 2010 with just one editor, his brainchild Studio A today has become a large team and a boutique of talented photographers and videographers that specialises in creative wedding photography and films. Having shot more than 350 weddings across the world from USA to Sri Lanka, and Dubai to Australia, their name is now synonymous with creative wedding photography. This month we speak to Amar Ramesh, the founder of Studio A, and discover how this group of passionate and energetic photographers, videographers and editors is making couples smile, one wedding at a time.

 
 
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Festivals of India - Chhath Puja

Soon after Navratri and Durga Puja and Diwali, the festival calendar seems like its empty. But if you look deeper and just allow the thought of India as a country with large cultural and religious sentiments, you will find that there are way more festivals in India that we have even remotely heard or seen. This month its ‘Chhath Puja’ that makes into our festival section this month. Chhath Puja is said to be one of the most ancient Hindu festivals ever surviving on earth, and is referred to as the only Vedic festival celebrated in India. Chhath is a festival which is performed as thanksgiving to ‘Surya’, the Sun God for sustaining life on earth and granting health, prosperity and abundance. 

 
 
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Low-light Wedding Photography

Low or very less ambient light is a big issue when it comes to photography. Poor, dimly lit situations demand special care so that one can keep shooting without having to worry much about the loss of image quality and final results. Low-light photography however is the most challenging and equally rewarding when you look at the creative type of images that you can shoot in low light.

 
 
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Using the environment for wedding photographs

Destination weddings have become extremely common as more and more people are spending enormous amounts of money on their weddings. This poses a chance for photographers to get their creative juices flowing as the exotic locations produce amazing wedding photographs! But one needs to know how to use these locations to their benefit.

 
 
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Importance of Depth of field in Wedding Photography

One of the most used photographic techniques in the wedding industry is the bokeh. But is it really what changes a picture completely? Will clients still like their images without the bokeh? Let’s find out in this article about the importance of depth of field.

 
 
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