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Looking to hire an Indian wedding photographer for your temple wedding in Bay Area? This photography blog by A Few Good Clicks will help you get inspired to cover your big day.
Not long ago, I photographed a simple yet classic Hindu ceremony at Sunnyvale temple in Bay Area, California. The easy going and super smart couple brought the laid back vibes that allowed me as their wedding photographer to work on some really cool imagery. I met them in a cosy bar over a cup of hot tea in Mountain View and was immediately struck by what a fun loving and open minded the couple they were.
A tad shy but very open to ideas is what got me even more excited about shooting their wedding day to be held at Sunnyvale Hindu temple and reception at Amber India restaurant in Los Altos. I still remember they were literally braving the rain on their pre-wedding shoot at 8 in the morning at shoreline boulevard near google HQ.
Fast forward to their wedding day at the temple followed by a reception venue that was elegantly adorned with Christmas lights. It was like a dream come true as I had been wanting to capture fairy lights for bride & groom portraits using mag mod modifiers and it was right there.
This traditional Indian wedding had details, simple set up, color, texture and tradition entwined. Most importantly, I got the time with bride and groom to create a variety of photos I envisioned.
My workflow and priority is obviously documenting-the story but creating some epic pictures is what I strive for. And in this wedding, I could achieve a lot so a big thanks to the beautiful duo for letting me do what I wanted to:)
Congratulations guys!! I had a blast capturing your special day and so chuffed hear your kind words on google reviews.
Aarushi “Priyanka covered our wedding, reception and a pre-wedding photoshoot. She is an awesome photographer who likes working with light effects. Photos came out great. She is absolutely amazing to work with. We highly recommend her.”