As an Atlanta South Asian Wedding Photographer and having a full time job is definitely not an easy task to handle in your daily routine. I realize that it has been a while since my last blog update. The problem is that there is only 24 hours in a day and working 12 hours with a full time job and managing a wedding photography business certainly creates a dilemma with time management. Though, I must say that it is definitely a good problem to have knowing that sky is the limit when it comes to being a South Asian Wedding Photographer in Atlanta. In other words, we have a full plate on our hands and those pesky bills don’t pay themselves.
The location was by far one of the most amazing Chateau Elan Winery & Resort area mansions we have ever seen. In addition, Shazia and Zain were an absolute delight. They both looked stunning as an Indian Wedding bride and groom. They both have known each other for a good 7 plus years and you could tell that they were so in love with each other. The challenge we had here was how to incorporate such a beautiful backdrop while still holding true to our lighting techniques. In addition, we also had to make sure that we showed the relationship these two shared with each other. I must say that our pre-wedding photography skills were definitely tested here. We had the couple portrait session planned for 90 minutes; however we ended up capturing them for about 4 hours.
With the engagement session, we started off with and outdoor shot that showed the front of the mansion. Thereafter, we decided that we would pick 4 to 5 areas within the mansion where we felt that the light would be best. Finally, we finished it off with an outdoor shot of mansion. Overall, it was an amazing experience as an Atlanta South Asian Wedding Photographer.