Our tried and tested tips to help you shoot in challenging lighting conditions typical of Indian weddings
All of you have shot at least one Indian wedding sometime in your life, right? So you definitely know from experience how unpredictable and chaotic Indian weddings are. Rituals run late and there are always more people you know (and don’t) and more functions than you expect. Most Indian wedding celebrations are spread over days with rituals like sagan, haldi, mehendi and sangeet/cocktail. In fact, every community and culture has different rituals.
Considering that, being a wedding photographer today isn’t just one thing. One has to be an expert at fashion, landscape, concert, portrait, family photography and more.
And you’ve to be prepared to shoot anything in any situation. And it’s certainly not easy. Events run late, venues change and functions move quickly form harsh noon light to dim-lit indoors.