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The date is set. The wedding venue too. Most arrangements are in place. But there’s the apprehension of choosing the best photographer to capture the moments of the most important day in your life.
You would want to settle for nothing less than an artist, who could capture the moments, as they are — candid, rapturous, poignant.
While in the ’50s and ’60s, the newly wed couple would go to the nearest photographer to get clicked or at the most he would be called home for a big family picture, by the ’80s, video recording of the events had also begun.
But gone are the days of video cassettes, heavy wedding albums and camera rolls, which only offered limited pictures.
With digital cameras ushering in the possibility of experimenting with photography skills, over the recent years a new genre of candid wedding photographers has emerged. They not only ace in visualising the best possible outcome of a moment, they also leave no stone unturned to ensure that the results leave you amazed.