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    Welcome to my photography world. Here, I get a chance to share a few of some of my projects. My hope is to eventually become a visual therapy and appeal to all my fans' artistic cravings. I look forward to a mutual interaction with you all and it is my hope that this platform would serve as a place where you can also relax and enjoy the beauty that photography brings to the soul. My best regards and I hope you enjoy the experience.



…the Groom’s longest wait!

Goodmorning and welcome back to the blog. If you’ve been paying attention to my last wedding related posts, you’d notice I’ve been focusing on what goes through my mind through an entire day as I cover a wedding. Its always very easy for one to call him or herself a wedding photographer just because they could take a few nice shots and make an album – and trust me I have been guilty to same at some point. In reality however, accurately covering a wedding is really going beyond just capturing random pictures as the event unfolds but rather applying a system during that process. As I continued to research during the past years on the dynamics of accurately covering an entire white wedding, I quickly realised there is actually more to it than what it seemed on the surface – you talking about making decisions as to which equipment to strap on your body to stay lightweight and which to have in close proximity, how much time is dedicated to formal portraits and what location would best suit the wedding timeline just to mention a few. Then you have the unexpected moments – (and trust me there is always one). After managing all these different variables of the day, the most important job left is to present the photos to the couple in the most chronological format for an easy viewing experience.

In one of my earlier post, I had mentioned the fact that “dressing of the bride” is one of the moments I always give an extra attention to because of its importance. Well, I hope you all will agree with me that the anticipation of the Groom just before his Bride walks down that aile is probably the single most emotional moment in his life and the most anticipated moment to the guests. Capturing those sequence of emotions between the Groom, Bride, Bridesmaids, Groomsmen, and the Guests is one of my finest hour as I shoot a wedding.

Below is how I captured the Groom during my first wedding of 2012. Thanks Lenny Pictures for helping out!

Congratulations again to the Mitchells

A Deep Emotional Moment – Very Peaceful & Anticipatory

- The Handover -

Grooms are always in full smile the first time they set eyes on their Bride in the dress… just a cute moment:)


Just minutes before saying those vows in my opinion are the most emotional to all the Grooms I have shot!

Once he shed a tear here, I was ready to freeze the moment ’cause I saw it coming

- Now Lets Party -

Just a sneek peek from the files of their official portraits – Next on this series of ” my mindset as I shoot a wedding” would be this Bride’s moments through her Big Day – her smile, her looks, and whether she shed a tear and if so did it mess up her make-up? Lets wait to find out on a later post. Regards, and have a productive week!

Rachel EkindeSeptember 27, 2012 - 8:17 am

This, BRINS IMAGE, Is amazing photography!!!! YOU ALREADY KNOW U’RE HIRED!!!!!!!!

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