Took this in 1984 of my brother using a 35 mm film Pentax camera. It is an example of capturing a persons personality through candid photography. A moment in time not to be repeated! He’s my little brother that years later in a freak snow storm in Salem, Oregon taught me to snowboard down the hill of our street! #photography#skaters#filmphotography#candid#candidphotography#skateboarder
Few shots taken from the collection I photographed for @AtomBeers at the launch of their new bar @atombarhull last week. Open to doing more; events, product shots and documentation.
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Here goes a little story of one heck of a crazy, funny and completely in love couple - Sujay and Neeraja.
Having dated for over ten years, engaged for a couple more, Neeraja and Sujay have a story that makes us go all “awwwww”. They met when they were 17, and their love blossomed over forwarded texts on the “now vintage” Nokia 1100. “I married my best friend. It only gets better from here."
The best part about capturing their wedding was to see how the couple completed each other. Nothing more precise than being each other’s missing jigsaw puzzle. They had an infectious energy and their love radiated throughout. There were very subtle warm fuzzies as he looked at her every single time and smiled. She knew she had him at “hello”. When you get two years to plan your wedding, one can definitely see the detail in every little element. And oh boy, what a wedding it was! Bringing in a cultural curry of wedding rituals from all over, (the wedding though very ironically called “Knot The Brahmins”) had a typical baarat, a sangeet, mehendi, and the actual wedding day rituals were purely, traditionally, south Indian. It was grand, it was fun and had loads of energy.
And talking about families, Neeraja’s grandfather has a total of 11 siblings! Since both the families knew each other for a long time and were very comfortable with each other, the whole experience of shooting this wedding was magical.