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

Past Issue : November 2014

 

In this Issue

Developing your own style - Stylizing the tips from the professionals
The Wedding Artist
The Quirky Wedding Master
My First Wedding by Joseph Radhik
Go crazy with destination weddings by Niklesh Malkani
Lighting gear for wedding photographers
Shooting weddings in low light
Innovative Wedding Ideas
 
 
 
 
 

Developing your own style - Stylizing the tips from the professionals

Capturing weddings can be tough task. Photographers have to be constantly on their toes to capture the right moment. This month for our wedding issue, we spoke to a few professional wedding photographers, Indian and International, who expressed their style of shooting weddings. 

 
 
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The Wedding Artist

Renowned for her mesmerising images, this artist turned photographer has shot numerous weddings around the world. She has also photographed several celebrity and destination weddings, and has truly mastered the art of fine wedding photography, with an edge of fashion. Last year, she became the first photographer to shoot a real wedding using a smartphone. For our wedding special issue, we speak to American photographer Joy Marie Smallwood and discover the aesthetic behind her photography.

 
 
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The Quirky Wedding Master

From experimenting with photography as child, to shooting weddings around the country, this Bangalore-based photographer has come a long way. His eccentric self lends him an unconventional approach to shoot weddings, and the joy he gets in doing what he does is apparent in his images. This month we get inside the quirky mind of Anup J Kat to learn the tricks of the trade behind his captivating wedding photography.

 
 
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My First Wedding by Joseph Radhik

After having shot over two-hundred couples, I can say that it was not an easy journey, but certainly an adventurous one. However, all of this did not happen overnight. I too had my first wedding to shoot, and I was probably just as confused as you might be. I will share with you the story of how I planned, storyboarded and shot the first wedding I ever did, so that you can gain some perspective of how you can go about yours.

 
 
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Go crazy with destination weddings by Niklesh Malkani

Whether opting for one or shooting one, we have it all for you
Destination weddings have become increasingly popular with couples in recent times. This ‘eloping with a crowd’ sort of a scenario appeals to those that want to run away and get married, but at the same time, want to share their experience with family and friends. So it is more like getting out of your comfort zone and traveling to a new destination to unite with the person you love. 

 
 
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Lighting gear for wedding photographers

Photographers often fuss about the type of camera and lenses and probably some accessories in their kit. Lighting, without a doubt is a key factor for every photographer, which is why choosing the right lighting gear is imperative for photographers from various genres. For wedding photographers, the most basic system revolves around Flashguns. However, in recent times, quite a few wedding photographers are using unconventional means and methods of successfully lighting a frame, whether it’s an outdoor or indoor environment. 

 
 
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Shooting weddings in low light

Have you just been hired to shoot your first wedding? Are you scared because the wedding is indoors and the lighting is terrible? This month, in our wedding issue, we continue our exploration of wedding photography with a look at the challenges faced by shooting ceremonies in low light. Read on further to see the list of tips that we have formulated that every wedding photographer should consider while taking pictures in low light. 

 
 
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Innovative Wedding Ideas

Wedding pictures stay with us all our life and there’s nothing better than watching them and re-living them every time you see them. You know what’s better than that; creating these very special memories for someone, using your creativity. Wedding photography has drastically changed, from the era of charging a person per roll you expose to now charging for your creativity. Wedding photography has come a long way. We all experiment with various different things all the time and when it comes to weddings, we go beyond because to please a client you need to prove yourself to be different from others. You need to time and again experiment and even be consistent. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. Not all our creative experiments turn out good, sometimes they fail. So with this article we are going to give you three simple ways to make a wedding memorable with the traditional ways of shooting that we follow

 
 
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