So you want to hire a candid photographer for your wedding?

Cross-posting this blogpost from ShutterPal‘s blog for wider reach :) Wedding and couple photography, especially candid forms, are picking steam these days. Not just in the West, but also in India. The typical Indian Wedding Photographer is your local guy with strobes and flashes, bag full of cameras and handful of assistants. Unfortunately, people, especially … More So you want to hire a candid photographer for your wedding?

Red dot

I  often pinged people on Gtalk only to get a reply “Hey I am busy right now, ttyl.” At other times, I have waited entire days and weeks at stretch to hear back from someone who messaged me on Facebook that he/she will give me a call ‘tonight’. This happened mostly during my hostel days, … More Red dot

Bavaria in Spring

The first time I visited Munich, was in January 2012. It was super cold around -20 C, and every place had a white blanket. There was not much to see or do, except – snow of course! Here are a couple pics from winter: But then, it was time to visit again… this time, much … More Bavaria in Spring

Catching up with some mid day long shadows in Sweden

Copenhagen gave me a great opportunity to visit another, and the largest of the Scandinavian countries – Sweden. Lying just across the Oresund strait in the Baltic Sea, Sweden is easily accessible by road and train from Copenhagen. It took me all but 30 minutes to land up in Sweden from my hotel in Copenhagen. … More Catching up with some mid day long shadows in Sweden