Weddings may last just a day but the memories live on forever. And when it comes to capturing these beautiful moments, a picture is worth a thousand words. It is no wonder then that wedding photography is evolving everyday with each generation, new technology and new trends.
Weddings may be very hectic and covering the event may be very challenging. Especially when it comes to Indian weddings, they are very detailed with lots of traditional customs and a large number of guests. The decorations are extensive, the food is vibrant and emotions are rampant. To capture all the flavours of a true Indian wedding is no easy task. Being an Indian wedding photographer in particular takes some true talent indeed.
While earlier people just booked local studio guys to take the photographs at a wedding, today more and more people are opting for trained professional wedding photographers. As a result, a new generation of wedding photographers have cropped up today who manage the main wedding event as well as the pre and post wedding shots.
Most wedding photographs tell a story and to bring out the best from their subjects, wedding photographers need good inter-personal skills. Overall, wedding photography requires a combination of consultation with the couple, excellent planning and some fine photographic abilities.
Ahmed Mustefa Ahad, the owner of AAcreation has these abilities in heaps and bounds and it is reflected in his work experience. Having been in photography and videography for over 10 years, Ahmed has covered a wide range of weddings and prides himself on his understanding of the culture and customs that come along with traditional Pakistani and Indian weddings. However he strives to be different from other South Asian wedding photographers by adding an American touch to the traditional wedding!
Covering traditional weddings in a way that gives a glimpse into the couple’s culture, AAcreation brings a beautiful fusion of the traditional and the modern to create high quality professional photographs!
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