One of the best part about my job is that many times I get to get to capture how the kids grow up. I had a shoot with AnnMarie and David’s kids last year (Found here) and I couldn’t believe how much they have grown in one year!
This year’s shoot was at the Grounds for Sculpture in Trenton. Its one of my favorite places in NJ to shoot. It offers a nice mixture of organic and modern elements as well as some good indoor places in case of bad weather.
After a gap of a year, the Mistry family is back! Both Ayden and Jason have grown so much in the mean time.
Sorry I’ve been MIA in the past few weeks. But watch this space! I have lot of new posts coming in the next few weeks.
This has been a long time coming. After over a year since their engagement shoot, I have the opportunity to post Somil and Ripal’s wedding pictures. Set at the Merion in Cinnaminson NJ, this was a two day long collection of festival – Just like most Indian weddings. Lots of colors, lots of guests and lots of fun!
I apologize for the large number of pictures on this. Trust me, I tried to narrow it down as much as I could!
Pre-Wedding included Santek – Getting blessings from ancestors, Haldi – beautification and cleansing of the bride and the groom and garba – a traditional western Indian dance
I love to watch the first time the bride and groom see each other on their wedding day…
With Indian weddings, the party begins even before the wedding starts! The groom comes to the venue with his family and friends dancing on the street.
It’s finally happened! I’ve known Diti and Arpit for the past 6 years and they are some of my best friends here in the states. I’ve watched their friendship grow over the years. They are made for each other and I couldnt be happier that they are now engaged!
For the photoshoot, we wanted to get a backdrop of where their relationship flourished so we started at the Rutgers campus and moved on to Longwood Gardens in PA.
They are set be married in India in January. Please join me in wishing this wonderful couple happy life together.
Also included in these series are some my first successful attempts at the Brenizer’s method (Bokeh Panaroma). Can you spot which ones?