I’ve always wanted to do an engagement shoot in NYC. I’m surprised it took so long to do it! Jimmy and Lisa met online and had their first date in NYC, which is why we picked that location. Despite some of the first dates being in China Town, Lisa still fell in love with Jimmy. Their most memorable moment was at the cafe in Central Park pictured below.
Join me in congratulating them for their upcoming wedding and as usual, dont forget to leave comments below!!
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?
Charmi and I go back a long way. We went to college together at Rutgers and have participated in a couple of events in college. We’ve tried to do a portrait shoot for a long time when we were in college but just couldn’t schedule it and we lost touch after graduation. In the mean time, she met an amazing guy in India – Shiven and fell in love with him. They got married a few months ago in India.
Charmi contacted me for an ‘After the wedding’ shoot which Shiven was giving her as a birthday gift. Below are the pictures from it! I dont think I’ve ever had so many B&W pictures in one shoot but for some reason, I kinda prefer them without color this time. What do you guys think?
Rarely do I get a chance to upload the pictures just two days after someone gets engaged but I finally have an opportunity!
Ambar and Dharti just got engaged on Nov 19th and had asked me if I could take pictures of the engagement party. Unfortunately, I already had a wedding to attend that weekend so I could not make it. However, what we did end up doing was taking some pre-engagement pictures that they wanted to use for the save the dates.
Ambar and Dharti are made for each other! Not only do both of them look stunning, but also their names complement each other. Ambar means ‘sky’ in Hindi and Dharti means ‘Earth’. How cool is that?!!
Check out the pics and let me know how you like them!