Firstly, I would like to offer you both a warm congratulations as you set out on a wonderful new chapter of your lives as a married couple. However, you are probably no doubt in the midst of planning your wedding to mark this occasion. An Indian Wedding is a big, bright and beautiful affair, a real feast for the senses which requires a great deal of planning so that the both of you and your friends and family have a fantastic day to treasure forever.
One of your main priorities for the day will certainly be to capture all of the romance, excitement and wonder of the day, in exquisite photographs to cherish for the rest of your lives. This is where I can help – as one of the most experienced professional Asian wedding photographers in Birmingham, I will capture the essence of all the special moments during the day.
The experienced Indian Wedding Photographer Birmingham
When it comes to choosing a photographer for your Indian wedding in Birmingham, it can be very difficult to choose – mainly because there are so many options out there. In fact, I recently wrote a blog on some of my tips to choosing a photographer – from choosing a suitable style of photography for your wedding, to looking at a photographer’s portfolio site and also making sure to form a relationship with your photographer.
Ultimately, your wedding is your special day which needs to be absolutely perfect and you really do not need the additional worry of a photographer who might not deliver on the results that you want. I am excited to share with you some of my examples of Indian Wedding days that I have photographed throughout the UK, including London and Birmingham. Clients often choose me because of my experience, skill and that they know the end results will be beautiful and to a very high quality. Check out my portfolio here.
Understanding your culture as an Indian Wedding Photographer in Birmingham
Some couples may be considering looking for a mainstream wedding photographer but unfortunately many of these photographers are not aware of the fine culture and traditions that come with an Indian Wedding. Whether a Sikh or Hindu wedding, there are many intricate and precise moments of the day which need to be captured that a mainstream wedding photographer may miss.
My work on this site demonstrates my complete understanding of Indian weddings and the age-old, sacred traditions which are followed within the different cultures. I want to create a great working relationship with yourselves so that you are both able to relax on your special day and enjoy these traditions with the people you care about most. In the meantime, I will take care of capturing the special moments from your day as they unfold…
Capturing the excitement of your Indian Wedding
An essential part of my role at your wedding is to be able to orchestrate and capture perfect photographs of you, your family and guests at your venue, with minimal disruption to yourselves and your guests. It is here where my experience and natural artistic ability comes in as I create mesmerising photographs for you to treasure forever.
I offer a range of luxury Asian wedding photography packages, in standard, premium and bespoke options. Nevertheless, I always aim to build a close relationship with my clients, so that the Indian wedding photography package that you are offered meets your needs and budget. I can offer a complete service, from engagement and pre wedding shoots through to full wedding day ceremony and reception coverage to tell your unique love story from beginning to end.
Another option is a more creative photography where I photograph yourselves against stunning backdrops, and as a Birmingham based Asian Wedding Photographer, I can recommend many throughout the West Midlands. Using a backdrop, such as a perfectly manicured garden or historical building, with both of you wearing beautiful wedding garments (or traditional dress) can create incredible photographs.
I cover many areas throughout Birmingham, the West Midlands and further afield including: Cannock, Derby, Leicester, Loughborough, London, Manchester, Nottingham, Solihull, Sutton Coldfield and Wolverhampton.