Am at an age, where, slowly and surely my friends are getting married. Some are having kids too though :p It has been about a couple of years since I quit my previous job, and I missed my friends. So, when one fine day, Raveena, one of the first friends at CapGemini, let me know that she was getting married, I was happy. Happy that she’s getting settled with someone she loves and also that I’ll get to meet with my old friends after quite some time. So, I packed my bag, along with the camera…and I was off to meet my friends, and the bride to be.
Amid all the fun and frolic that followed, as all of us decked up and ready for the events, I went ahead with what I do best.
Without further ado, I’ll let my photos take you on a tour of the wonderful wedding.
Here’s wishing Raveena and Amiy a very happy married life.
Almost every other day, after attending classes till 1730h, little energy is left to pursue the passion, so the previous Saturday, I called out to three of my closest friends at college for a impromptu photoshoot. Having a photo shoot with friends is one of the best ways to unwind, I am sure you would agree. Also, I had to shoot for a competition, the themes I chose were Silence and Fear.
Silence, can be very very loud if portrayed correctly, and I wanted silence to ring out loud and clear. Hence, the following photo.
Here, a commendable job by Gowri, my model here. Such expressive eyes are very rare and she understood the scene to the letter. She featured in the next photo, for Fear.
Again, such vivid expressions, that too from an amateur model is simply awesome.
While shooting these, it did take a toll on us. The mood had turned a bit depressing. So, we changed the location and went to the lawns for another shot of Silence.
The best part I feel here is the beginning of the smile that has started to creep on Laxmi’s face. She is calm, peaceful and is happy. Agreed, we needed to take a few retakes as we would all keep on laughing, but she managed to hold on to the smile for just the right amount of time and the shot was done.
One of the prettiest photos of the evening was of Rishika, who is to credited for the shot ideas for fear and the second shot of silence.
Some more impromptu shots were taken too and the mood became much much lighter and better.
Then, as evening descended, hunger crept in. So, we left the college premises for some snacks. And with this final shot, my camera went in the bag for the day.
Lots of thanks to Rishika, Laxmi and Gowri. You guys are amazing.
Its been quite some time that I havent gone out to shoot the nature around Pune, lets make a plan soon.