Every now and then our team of photographers comes across a couple that’s very involved in the planning and execution of their pre-wedding photoshoot. We’ve noticed over time, that such photoshoots in fact turn out very good.
The couple’s involvement in the planning process adds a touch of personalisation to the photoshoot, and the end result turns out very unique. Harmish and Disha were one such couple, deeply involved with the planning of their pre-wedding photoshoot. They had done their research, and were in fact quite particular about how they wanted certain photographs done.
Our team of wedding photographers had a blast, got to experiment with some new techniques, and most importantly, create masterpieces with light.
Harmish and Disha made the most of their photoshoot by keeping outfits well-coordinated, minimal, yet very appealing.
While their immediate family’s arranged their marriage to each other, and the relatives pitched in to assist with and plan the wedding festivities; when it came to their pre-wedding photography, they took it upon themselves, and hired the very best in the business.
Harmish and Disha had been browsing through Instagram, looking for ideas to choreograph their wedding photos, when they came upon our Instagram profile
When they contacted us and told us that their locations of choice were Pawna and Mumbai, we started doing our research, set up a meeting with the couple and planned out the details with valuable inputs from both, the bride and the groom.
The first photograph was a unique experiment with light, to create a fiery halo around the couple as they leaned in for a kiss by the sea. Set against the backdrop of a setting sun, this one was the bride’s favourite.
Then came a set of photos juxtaposed against an architectural masterpiece of the groom’s choice, in Mumbai. Take a look at the pictures and tell us in the comments section, where you think these have been clicked.
For these images, we made the most of the natural sunlight filtering onto the asphalt and ever so softly, in keeping with the start of a crisp winter.
Then came a series of colourful walls, all of which added elements of laughter, joy, and youthfulness to the pre-wedding photo album. We looked for walls with unique characteristics, shapes, and themes — walls with stories that the couple could look back on years later, and reminisce with
smiles on their faces.
The ideating process is the most important when it comes to planning a good pre-wedding photoshoot. We recommend doing a little bit of research on your own, to identify your preferred style of photography. That way, when you meet our photographers, they’ll be able to add to your ideas and build a photography plan keeping your preferences in mind.