An experience of Pre-Wedding shoot in capital city of India || Photo Journey by Arpit Rastogi

This is my photo journey to an outdoor couple shoot in DelhiMy friend booked me for her best friend’s wedding, so basically this shoot was a wedding gift to the couple and it was fun working with them.We started off with India Gate, you don’t have much location issues when you are in the capital of India itself. So here I got my album cover shot for this pre-wedding shootMoving on next, I wanted to add something more dynamic to the shoot so we tried dupatta shot and it was tough getting it right at first but we pulled it off after n’th number of tries. Here are few dupatta shots from the shootMixing it up in post processing and got this as random output and I felt really good about this shot, it made me believe in the power of photoshop with a pinch of luck becauge of how it gave almost another dimension and meaning to this otherwise simple photograph and I was plain lucky to get it rightWe went to the auto-rickshaw wale bhaiya next, for the permission to use their auto as a prop and he was more than happy to grant his permission for the same.This photo is clicked by Sachin who was assisting me on this shoot and it came out real well. I, in particular loved the minimalistic nature of itAnother auto-rickshaw shot with my wide angle lens,We left from here with few good shots and headed for Qutub Minar. Now that we get the hang of dupatta shot so we started off with dupatta again but this time it was Qutub Minar in the background,Next we tried the walk to remember shoAnother shot with the symmetrical pillars and alternate focus on the couplPutting my wide angle lens to good use, couple with the amazing background of mughal architecturWe were done doing our shoot in traditional style, so it was time to go casual and we headed for Hauzkhas Village nextNow all the following photos are from the colorful streets of Hauzkhas village but still Classics happen in black and whites, so here is one classic from the shootNow paint some colors, shall we? What about Yellow with some happiness? That would make the world better place, no? Here is all colorful shot from the streeWhat could be more colorful than that? Let’s see another shot with the graffiti in backdroNow we tried another shot with their mobile phones and handmade badtameej dilIt was time to wrap up the shoot because everybody was tired of all the posing and shooting stuffMy very best wishes to this beautiful couple and hope that one day when they will look back to this day they will find it in one of their happiest days.
This is my Photo Journey on an outdoor couple shoot in Delhi. My friend booked me for her best friend’s wedding, so basically this shoot was a wedding gift to the couple and it was fun working with them.
We started off with India Gate, you don’t have much location issues when you are in the capital of India itself. So here I got my album cover shot for this pre-wedding shoot

This is my photo journey to an outdoor couple shoot in DelhiMy friend booked me for her best friend’s wedding, so basically this shoot was a wedding gift to the couple and it was fun working with them.We started off with India Gate, you don’t have much location issues when you are in the capital of India itself. So here I got my album cover shot for this pre-wedding shootMoving on next, I wanted to add something more dynamic to the shoot so we tried dupatta shot and it was tough getting it right at first but we pulled it off after n’th number of tries. Here are few dupatta shots from the shootMixing it up in post processing and got this as random output and I felt really good about this shot, it made me believe in the power of photoshop with a pinch of luck becauge of how it gave almost another dimension and meaning to this otherwise simple photograph and I was plain lucky to get it rightWe went to the auto-rickshaw wale bhaiya next, for the permission to use their auto as a prop and he was more than happy to grant his permission for the same.This photo is clicked by Sachin who was assisting me on this shoot and it came out real well. I, in particular loved the minimalistic nature of itAnother auto-rickshaw shot with my wide angle lens,We left from here with few good shots and headed for Qutub Minar. Now that we get the hang of dupatta shot so we started off with dupatta again but this time it was Qutub Minar in the background,Next we tried the walk to remember shoAnother shot with the symmetrical pillars and alternate focus on the couplPutting my wide angle lens to good use, couple with the amazing background of mughal architecturWe were done doing our shoot in traditional style, so it was time to go casual and we headed for Hauzkhas Village nextNow all the following photos are from the colorful streets of Hauzkhas village but still Classics happen in black and whites, so here is one classic from the shootNow paint some colors, shall we? What about Yellow with some happiness? That would make the world better place, no? Here is all colorful shot from the streeWhat could be more colorful than that? Let’s see another shot with the graffiti in backdroNow we tried another shot with their mobile phones and handmade badtameej dilIt was time to wrap up the shoot because everybody was tired of all the posing and shooting stuffMy very best wishes to this beautiful couple and hope that one day when they will look back to this day they will find it in one of their happiest days.


Moving on next, I wanted to add something more dynamic to the shoot so we tried dupatta shot and it was tough getting it right at first but we pulled it off after n’th number of tries. Here are few dupatta shots from the shoot

This is my photo journey to an outdoor couple shoot in DelhiMy friend booked me for her best friend’s wedding, so basically this shoot was a wedding gift to the couple and it was fun working with them.We started off with India Gate, you don’t have much location issues when you are in the capital of India itself. So here I got my album cover shot for this pre-wedding shootMoving on next, I wanted to add something more dynamic to the shoot so we tried dupatta shot and it was tough getting it right at first but we pulled it off after n’th number of tries. Here are few dupatta shots from the shootMixing it up in post processing and got this as random output and I felt really good about this shot, it made me believe in the power of photoshop with a pinch of luck becauge of how it gave almost another dimension and meaning to this otherwise simple photograph and I was plain lucky to get it rightWe went to the auto-rickshaw wale bhaiya next, for the permission to use their auto as a prop and he was more than happy to grant his permission for the same.This photo is clicked by Sachin who was assisting me on this shoot and it came out real well. I, in particular loved the minimalistic nature of itAnother auto-rickshaw shot with my wide angle lens,We left from here with few good shots and headed for Qutub Minar. Now that we get the hang of dupatta shot so we started off with dupatta again but this time it was Qutub Minar in the background,Next we tried the walk to remember shoAnother shot with the symmetrical pillars and alternate focus on the couplPutting my wide angle lens to good use, couple with the amazing background of mughal architecturWe were done doing our shoot in traditional style, so it was time to go casual and we headed for Hauzkhas Village nextNow all the following photos are from the colorful streets of Hauzkhas village but still Classics happen in black and whites, so here is one classic from the shootNow paint some colors, shall we? What about Yellow with some happiness? That would make the world better place, no? Here is all colorful shot from the streeWhat could be more colorful than that? Let’s see another shot with the graffiti in backdroNow we tried another shot with their mobile phones and handmade badtameej dilIt was time to wrap up the shoot because everybody was tired of all the posing and shooting stuffMy very best wishes to this beautiful couple and hope that one day when they will look back to this day they will find it in one of their happiest days. 

Mixing it up in post processing and got this as random output and I felt really good about this shot, it made me believe in the power of photoshop with a pinch of luck because of how it gave almost another dimension and meaning to this otherwise simple photograph and I was plain lucky to get it right

This is my photo journey to an outdoor couple shoot in DelhiMy friend booked me for her best friend’s wedding, so basically this shoot was a wedding gift to the couple and it was fun working with them.We started off with India Gate, you don’t have much location issues when you are in the capital of India itself. So here I got my album cover shot for this pre-wedding shootMoving on next, I wanted to add something more dynamic to the shoot so we tried dupatta shot and it was tough getting it right at first but we pulled it off after n’th number of tries. Here are few dupatta shots from the shootMixing it up in post processing and got this as random output and I felt really good about this shot, it made me believe in the power of photoshop with a pinch of luck becauge of how it gave almost another dimension and meaning to this otherwise simple photograph and I was plain lucky to get it rightWe went to the auto-rickshaw wale bhaiya next, for the permission to use their auto as a prop and he was more than happy to grant his permission for the same.This photo is clicked by Sachin who was assisting me on this shoot and it came out real well. I, in particular loved the minimalistic nature of itAnother auto-rickshaw shot with my wide angle lens,We left from here with few good shots and headed for Qutub Minar. Now that we get the hang of dupatta shot so we started off with dupatta again but this time it was Qutub Minar in the background,Next we tried the walk to remember shoAnother shot with the symmetrical pillars and alternate focus on the couplPutting my wide angle lens to good use, couple with the amazing background of mughal architecturWe were done doing our shoot in traditional style, so it was time to go casual and we headed for Hauzkhas Village nextNow all the following photos are from the colorful streets of Hauzkhas village but still Classics happen in black and whites, so here is one classic from the shootNow paint some colors, shall we? What about Yellow with some happiness? That would make the world better place, no? Here is all colorful shot from the streeWhat could be more colorful than that? Let’s see another shot with the graffiti in backdroNow we tried another shot with their mobile phones and handmade badtameej dilIt was time to wrap up the shoot because everybody was tired of all the posing and shooting stuffMy very best wishes to this beautiful couple and hope that one day when they will look back to this day they will find it in one of their happiest days. 

We went to the auto-rickshaw wale bhaiya next, for the permission to use their auto as a prop and he was more than happy to grant his permission for the same.

This photo is clicked by Sachin who was assisting me on this shoot and it came out real well. I, in particular loved the minimalistic nature of it
This is my photo journey to an outdoor couple shoot in DelhiMy friend booked me for her best friend’s wedding, so basically this shoot was a wedding gift to the couple and it was fun working with them.We started off with India Gate, you don’t have much location issues when you are in the capital of India itself. So here I got my album cover shot for this pre-wedding shootMoving on next, I wanted to add something more dynamic to the shoot so we tried dupatta shot and it was tough getting it right at first but we pulled it off after n’th number of tries. Here are few dupatta shots from the shootMixing it up in post processing and got this as random output and I felt really good about this shot, it made me believe in the power of photoshop with a pinch of luck becauge of how it gave almost another dimension and meaning to this otherwise simple photograph and I was plain lucky to get it rightWe went to the auto-rickshaw wale bhaiya next, for the permission to use their auto as a prop and he was more than happy to grant his permission for the same.This photo is clicked by Sachin who was assisting me on this shoot and it came out real well. I, in particular loved the minimalistic nature of itAnother auto-rickshaw shot with my wide angle lens,We left from here with few good shots and headed for Qutub Minar. Now that we get the hang of dupatta shot so we started off with dupatta again but this time it was Qutub Minar in the background,Next we tried the walk to remember shoAnother shot with the symmetrical pillars and alternate focus on the couplPutting my wide angle lens to good use, couple with the amazing background of mughal architecturWe were done doing our shoot in traditional style, so it was time to go casual and we headed for Hauzkhas Village nextNow all the following photos are from the colorful streets of Hauzkhas village but still Classics happen in black and whites, so here is one classic from the shootNow paint some colors, shall we? What about Yellow with some happiness? That would make the world better place, no? Here is all colorful shot from the streeWhat could be more colorful than that? Let’s see another shot with the graffiti in backdroNow we tried another shot with their mobile phones and handmade badtameej dilIt was time to wrap up the shoot because everybody was tired of all the posing and shooting stuffMy very best wishes to this beautiful couple and hope that one day when they will look back to this day they will find it in one of their happiest days. 
Another auto-rickshaw shot with my wide angle lens,
This is my photo journey to an outdoor couple shoot in DelhiMy friend booked me for her best friend’s wedding, so basically this shoot was a wedding gift to the couple and it was fun working with them.We started off with India Gate, you don’t have much location issues when you are in the capital of India itself. So here I got my album cover shot for this pre-wedding shootMoving on next, I wanted to add something more dynamic to the shoot so we tried dupatta shot and it was tough getting it right at first but we pulled it off after n’th number of tries. Here are few dupatta shots from the shootMixing it up in post processing and got this as random output and I felt really good about this shot, it made me believe in the power of photoshop with a pinch of luck becauge of how it gave almost another dimension and meaning to this otherwise simple photograph and I was plain lucky to get it rightWe went to the auto-rickshaw wale bhaiya next, for the permission to use their auto as a prop and he was more than happy to grant his permission for the same.This photo is clicked by Sachin who was assisting me on this shoot and it came out real well. I, in particular loved the minimalistic nature of itAnother auto-rickshaw shot with my wide angle lens,We left from here with few good shots and headed for Qutub Minar. Now that we get the hang of dupatta shot so we started off with dupatta again but this time it was Qutub Minar in the background,Next we tried the walk to remember shoAnother shot with the symmetrical pillars and alternate focus on the couplPutting my wide angle lens to good use, couple with the amazing background of mughal architecturWe were done doing our shoot in traditional style, so it was time to go casual and we headed for Hauzkhas Village nextNow all the following photos are from the colorful streets of Hauzkhas village but still Classics happen in black and whites, so here is one classic from the shootNow paint some colors, shall we? What about Yellow with some happiness? That would make the world better place, no? Here is all colorful shot from the streeWhat could be more colorful than that? Let’s see another shot with the graffiti in backdroNow we tried another shot with their mobile phones and handmade badtameej dilIt was time to wrap up the shoot because everybody was tired of all the posing and shooting stuffMy very best wishes to this beautiful couple and hope that one day when they will look back to this day they will find it in one of their happiest days.
 
We left from here with few good shots and headed for Qutub Minar. Now that we get the hang of dupatta shot so we started off with dupatta again but this time it was Qutub Minar in the background,
This is my photo journey to an outdoor couple shoot in DelhiMy friend booked me for her best friend’s wedding, so basically this shoot was a wedding gift to the couple and it was fun working with them.We started off with India Gate, you don’t have much location issues when you are in the capital of India itself. So here I got my album cover shot for this pre-wedding shootMoving on next, I wanted to add something more dynamic to the shoot so we tried dupatta shot and it was tough getting it right at first but we pulled it off after n’th number of tries. Here are few dupatta shots from the shootMixing it up in post processing and got this as random output and I felt really good about this shot, it made me believe in the power of photoshop with a pinch of luck becauge of how it gave almost another dimension and meaning to this otherwise simple photograph and I was plain lucky to get it rightWe went to the auto-rickshaw wale bhaiya next, for the permission to use their auto as a prop and he was more than happy to grant his permission for the same.This photo is clicked by Sachin who was assisting me on this shoot and it came out real well. I, in particular loved the minimalistic nature of itAnother auto-rickshaw shot with my wide angle lens,We left from here with few good shots and headed for Qutub Minar. Now that we get the hang of dupatta shot so we started off with dupatta again but this time it was Qutub Minar in the background,Next we tried the walk to remember shoAnother shot with the symmetrical pillars and alternate focus on the couplPutting my wide angle lens to good use, couple with the amazing background of mughal architecturWe were done doing our shoot in traditional style, so it was time to go casual and we headed for Hauzkhas Village nextNow all the following photos are from the colorful streets of Hauzkhas village but still Classics happen in black and whites, so here is one classic from the shootNow paint some colors, shall we? What about Yellow with some happiness? That would make the world better place, no? Here is all colorful shot from the streeWhat could be more colorful than that? Let’s see another shot with the graffiti in backdroNow we tried another shot with their mobile phones and handmade badtameej dilIt was time to wrap up the shoot because everybody was tired of all the posing and shooting stuffMy very best wishes to this beautiful couple and hope that one day when they will look back to this day they will find it in one of their happiest days.

This is my photo journey to an outdoor couple shoot in DelhiMy friend booked me for her best friend’s wedding, so basically this shoot was a wedding gift to the couple and it was fun working with them.We started off with India Gate, you don’t have much location issues when you are in the capital of India itself. So here I got my album cover shot for this pre-wedding shootMoving on next, I wanted to add something more dynamic to the shoot so we tried dupatta shot and it was tough getting it right at first but we pulled it off after n’th number of tries. Here are few dupatta shots from the shootMixing it up in post processing and got this as random output and I felt really good about this shot, it made me believe in the power of photoshop with a pinch of luck becauge of how it gave almost another dimension and meaning to this otherwise simple photograph and I was plain lucky to get it rightWe went to the auto-rickshaw wale bhaiya next, for the permission to use their auto as a prop and he was more than happy to grant his permission for the same.This photo is clicked by Sachin who was assisting me on this shoot and it came out real well. I, in particular loved the minimalistic nature of itAnother auto-rickshaw shot with my wide angle lens,We left from here with few good shots and headed for Qutub Minar. Now that we get the hang of dupatta shot so we started off with dupatta again but this time it was Qutub Minar in the background,Next we tried the walk to remember shoAnother shot with the symmetrical pillars and alternate focus on the couplPutting my wide angle lens to good use, couple with the amazing background of mughal architecturWe were done doing our shoot in traditional style, so it was time to go casual and we headed for Hauzkhas Village nextNow all the following photos are from the colorful streets of Hauzkhas village but still Classics happen in black and whites, so here is one classic from the shootNow paint some colors, shall we? What about Yellow with some happiness? That would make the world better place, no? Here is all colorful shot from the streeWhat could be more colorful than that? Let’s see another shot with the graffiti in backdroNow we tried another shot with their mobile phones and handmade badtameej dilIt was time to wrap up the shoot because everybody was tired of all the posing and shooting stuffMy very best wishes to this beautiful couple and hope that one day when they will look back to this day they will find it in one of their happiest days.
 
Next we tried the walk to remember shot
This is my photo journey to an outdoor couple shoot in DelhiMy friend booked me for her best friend’s wedding, so basically this shoot was a wedding gift to the couple and it was fun working with them.We started off with India Gate, you don’t have much location issues when you are in the capital of India itself. So here I got my album cover shot for this pre-wedding shootMoving on next, I wanted to add something more dynamic to the shoot so we tried dupatta shot and it was tough getting it right at first but we pulled it off after n’th number of tries. Here are few dupatta shots from the shootMixing it up in post processing and got this as random output and I felt really good about this shot, it made me believe in the power of photoshop with a pinch of luck becauge of how it gave almost another dimension and meaning to this otherwise simple photograph and I was plain lucky to get it rightWe went to the auto-rickshaw wale bhaiya next, for the permission to use their auto as a prop and he was more than happy to grant his permission for the same.This photo is clicked by Sachin who was assisting me on this shoot and it came out real well. I, in particular loved the minimalistic nature of itAnother auto-rickshaw shot with my wide angle lens,We left from here with few good shots and headed for Qutub Minar. Now that we get the hang of dupatta shot so we started off with dupatta again but this time it was Qutub Minar in the background,Next we tried the walk to remember shoAnother shot with the symmetrical pillars and alternate focus on the couplPutting my wide angle lens to good use, couple with the amazing background of mughal architecturWe were done doing our shoot in traditional style, so it was time to go casual and we headed for Hauzkhas Village nextNow all the following photos are from the colorful streets of Hauzkhas village but still Classics happen in black and whites, so here is one classic from the shootNow paint some colors, shall we? What about Yellow with some happiness? That would make the world better place, no? Here is all colorful shot from the streeWhat could be more colorful than that? Let’s see another shot with the graffiti in backdroNow we tried another shot with their mobile phones and handmade badtameej dilIt was time to wrap up the shoot because everybody was tired of all the posing and shooting stuffMy very best wishes to this beautiful couple and hope that one day when they will look back to this day they will find it in one of their happiest days.
 
Another shot with the symmetrical pillars and alternate focus on the couple
This is my photo journey to an outdoor couple shoot in DelhiMy friend booked me for her best friend’s wedding, so basically this shoot was a wedding gift to the couple and it was fun working with them.We started off with India Gate, you don’t have much location issues when you are in the capital of India itself. So here I got my album cover shot for this pre-wedding shootMoving on next, I wanted to add something more dynamic to the shoot so we tried dupatta shot and it was tough getting it right at first but we pulled it off after n’th number of tries. Here are few dupatta shots from the shootMixing it up in post processing and got this as random output and I felt really good about this shot, it made me believe in the power of photoshop with a pinch of luck becauge of how it gave almost another dimension and meaning to this otherwise simple photograph and I was plain lucky to get it rightWe went to the auto-rickshaw wale bhaiya next, for the permission to use their auto as a prop and he was more than happy to grant his permission for the same.This photo is clicked by Sachin who was assisting me on this shoot and it came out real well. I, in particular loved the minimalistic nature of itAnother auto-rickshaw shot with my wide angle lens,We left from here with few good shots and headed for Qutub Minar. Now that we get the hang of dupatta shot so we started off with dupatta again but this time it was Qutub Minar in the background,Next we tried the walk to remember shoAnother shot with the symmetrical pillars and alternate focus on the couplPutting my wide angle lens to good use, couple with the amazing background of mughal architecturWe were done doing our shoot in traditional style, so it was time to go casual and we headed for Hauzkhas Village nextNow all the following photos are from the colorful streets of Hauzkhas village but still Classics happen in black and whites, so here is one classic from the shootNow paint some colors, shall we? What about Yellow with some happiness? That would make the world better place, no? Here is all colorful shot from the streeWhat could be more colorful than that? Let’s see another shot with the graffiti in backdroNow we tried another shot with their mobile phones and handmade badtameej dilIt was time to wrap up the shoot because everybody was tired of all the posing and shooting stuffMy very best wishes to this beautiful couple and hope that one day when they will look back to this day they will find it in one of their happiest days. 

Putting my wide angle lens to good use, couple with the amazing background of mughal architecture
This is my photo journey to an outdoor couple shoot in DelhiMy friend booked me for her best friend’s wedding, so basically this shoot was a wedding gift to the couple and it was fun working with them.We started off with India Gate, you don’t have much location issues when you are in the capital of India itself. So here I got my album cover shot for this pre-wedding shootMoving on next, I wanted to add something more dynamic to the shoot so we tried dupatta shot and it was tough getting it right at first but we pulled it off after n’th number of tries. Here are few dupatta shots from the shootMixing it up in post processing and got this as random output and I felt really good about this shot, it made me believe in the power of photoshop with a pinch of luck becauge of how it gave almost another dimension and meaning to this otherwise simple photograph and I was plain lucky to get it rightWe went to the auto-rickshaw wale bhaiya next, for the permission to use their auto as a prop and he was more than happy to grant his permission for the same.This photo is clicked by Sachin who was assisting me on this shoot and it came out real well. I, in particular loved the minimalistic nature of itAnother auto-rickshaw shot with my wide angle lens,We left from here with few good shots and headed for Qutub Minar. Now that we get the hang of dupatta shot so we started off with dupatta again but this time it was Qutub Minar in the background,Next we tried the walk to remember shoAnother shot with the symmetrical pillars and alternate focus on the couplPutting my wide angle lens to good use, couple with the amazing background of mughal architecturWe were done doing our shoot in traditional style, so it was time to go casual and we headed for Hauzkhas Village nextNow all the following photos are from the colorful streets of Hauzkhas village but still Classics happen in black and whites, so here is one classic from the shootNow paint some colors, shall we? What about Yellow with some happiness? That would make the world better place, no? Here is all colorful shot from the streeWhat could be more colorful than that? Let’s see another shot with the graffiti in backdroNow we tried another shot with their mobile phones and handmade badtameej dilIt was time to wrap up the shoot because everybody was tired of all the posing and shooting stuffMy very best wishes to this beautiful couple and hope that one day when they will look back to this day they will find it in one of their happiest days. 
We were done doing our shoot in traditional style, so it was time to go casual and we headed for Hauzkhas Village next.

Now all the following photos are from the colorful streets of Hauzkhas village but still Classics happen in black and whites, so here is one classic from the shoot

This is my photo journey to an outdoor couple shoot in DelhiMy friend booked me for her best friend’s wedding, so basically this shoot was a wedding gift to the couple and it was fun working with them.We started off with India Gate, you don’t have much location issues when you are in the capital of India itself. So here I got my album cover shot for this pre-wedding shootMoving on next, I wanted to add something more dynamic to the shoot so we tried dupatta shot and it was tough getting it right at first but we pulled it off after n’th number of tries. Here are few dupatta shots from the shootMixing it up in post processing and got this as random output and I felt really good about this shot, it made me believe in the power of photoshop with a pinch of luck becauge of how it gave almost another dimension and meaning to this otherwise simple photograph and I was plain lucky to get it rightWe went to the auto-rickshaw wale bhaiya next, for the permission to use their auto as a prop and he was more than happy to grant his permission for the same.This photo is clicked by Sachin who was assisting me on this shoot and it came out real well. I, in particular loved the minimalistic nature of itAnother auto-rickshaw shot with my wide angle lens,We left from here with few good shots and headed for Qutub Minar. Now that we get the hang of dupatta shot so we started off with dupatta again but this time it was Qutub Minar in the background,Next we tried the walk to remember shoAnother shot with the symmetrical pillars and alternate focus on the couplPutting my wide angle lens to good use, couple with the amazing background of mughal architecturWe were done doing our shoot in traditional style, so it was time to go casual and we headed for Hauzkhas Village nextNow all the following photos are from the colorful streets of Hauzkhas village but still Classics happen in black and whites, so here is one classic from the shootNow paint some colors, shall we? What about Yellow with some happiness? That would make the world better place, no? Here is all colorful shot from the streeWhat could be more colorful than that? Let’s see another shot with the graffiti in backdroNow we tried another shot with their mobile phones and handmade badtameej dilIt was time to wrap up the shoot because everybody was tired of all the posing and shooting stuffMy very best wishes to this beautiful couple and hope that one day when they will look back to this day they will find it in one of their happiest days. 

Now paint some colors, shall we? What about Yellow with some happiness? That would make the world better place, no? Here is all colorful shot from the street

This is my photo journey to an outdoor couple shoot in DelhiMy friend booked me for her best friend’s wedding, so basically this shoot was a wedding gift to the couple and it was fun working with them.We started off with India Gate, you don’t have much location issues when you are in the capital of India itself. So here I got my album cover shot for this pre-wedding shootMoving on next, I wanted to add something more dynamic to the shoot so we tried dupatta shot and it was tough getting it right at first but we pulled it off after n’th number of tries. Here are few dupatta shots from the shootMixing it up in post processing and got this as random output and I felt really good about this shot, it made me believe in the power of photoshop with a pinch of luck becauge of how it gave almost another dimension and meaning to this otherwise simple photograph and I was plain lucky to get it rightWe went to the auto-rickshaw wale bhaiya next, for the permission to use their auto as a prop and he was more than happy to grant his permission for the same.This photo is clicked by Sachin who was assisting me on this shoot and it came out real well. I, in particular loved the minimalistic nature of itAnother auto-rickshaw shot with my wide angle lens,We left from here with few good shots and headed for Qutub Minar. Now that we get the hang of dupatta shot so we started off with dupatta again but this time it was Qutub Minar in the background,Next we tried the walk to remember shoAnother shot with the symmetrical pillars and alternate focus on the couplPutting my wide angle lens to good use, couple with the amazing background of mughal architecturWe were done doing our shoot in traditional style, so it was time to go casual and we headed for Hauzkhas Village nextNow all the following photos are from the colorful streets of Hauzkhas village but still Classics happen in black and whites, so here is one classic from the shootNow paint some colors, shall we? What about Yellow with some happiness? That would make the world better place, no? Here is all colorful shot from the streeWhat could be more colorful than that? Let’s see another shot with the graffiti in backdroNow we tried another shot with their mobile phones and handmade badtameej dilIt was time to wrap up the shoot because everybody was tired of all the posing and shooting stuffMy very best wishes to this beautiful couple and hope that one day when they will look back to this day they will find it in one of their happiest days.
What could be more colorful than that? Let’s see another shot with the graffiti in backdrop

This is my photo journey to an outdoor couple shoot in DelhiMy friend booked me for her best friend’s wedding, so basically this shoot was a wedding gift to the couple and it was fun working with them.We started off with India Gate, you don’t have much location issues when you are in the capital of India itself. So here I got my album cover shot for this pre-wedding shootMoving on next, I wanted to add something more dynamic to the shoot so we tried dupatta shot and it was tough getting it right at first but we pulled it off after n’th number of tries. Here are few dupatta shots from the shootMixing it up in post processing and got this as random output and I felt really good about this shot, it made me believe in the power of photoshop with a pinch of luck becauge of how it gave almost another dimension and meaning to this otherwise simple photograph and I was plain lucky to get it rightWe went to the auto-rickshaw wale bhaiya next, for the permission to use their auto as a prop and he was more than happy to grant his permission for the same.This photo is clicked by Sachin who was assisting me on this shoot and it came out real well. I, in particular loved the minimalistic nature of itAnother auto-rickshaw shot with my wide angle lens,We left from here with few good shots and headed for Qutub Minar. Now that we get the hang of dupatta shot so we started off with dupatta again but this time it was Qutub Minar in the background,Next we tried the walk to remember shoAnother shot with the symmetrical pillars and alternate focus on the couplPutting my wide angle lens to good use, couple with the amazing background of mughal architecturWe were done doing our shoot in traditional style, so it was time to go casual and we headed for Hauzkhas Village nextNow all the following photos are from the colorful streets of Hauzkhas village but still Classics happen in black and whites, so here is one classic from the shootNow paint some colors, shall we? What about Yellow with some happiness? That would make the world better place, no? Here is all colorful shot from the streeWhat could be more colorful than that? Let’s see another shot with the graffiti in backdroNow we tried another shot with their mobile phones and handmade badtameej dilIt was time to wrap up the shoot because everybody was tired of all the posing and shooting stuffMy very best wishes to this beautiful couple and hope that one day when they will look back to this day they will find it in one of their happiest days. 
Now we tried another shot with their mobile phones and handmade badtameej dil
This is my photo journey to an outdoor couple shoot in DelhiMy friend booked me for her best friend’s wedding, so basically this shoot was a wedding gift to the couple and it was fun working with them.We started off with India Gate, you don’t have much location issues when you are in the capital of India itself. So here I got my album cover shot for this pre-wedding shootMoving on next, I wanted to add something more dynamic to the shoot so we tried dupatta shot and it was tough getting it right at first but we pulled it off after n’th number of tries. Here are few dupatta shots from the shootMixing it up in post processing and got this as random output and I felt really good about this shot, it made me believe in the power of photoshop with a pinch of luck becauge of how it gave almost another dimension and meaning to this otherwise simple photograph and I was plain lucky to get it rightWe went to the auto-rickshaw wale bhaiya next, for the permission to use their auto as a prop and he was more than happy to grant his permission for the same.This photo is clicked by Sachin who was assisting me on this shoot and it came out real well. I, in particular loved the minimalistic nature of itAnother auto-rickshaw shot with my wide angle lens,We left from here with few good shots and headed for Qutub Minar. Now that we get the hang of dupatta shot so we started off with dupatta again but this time it was Qutub Minar in the background,Next we tried the walk to remember shoAnother shot with the symmetrical pillars and alternate focus on the couplPutting my wide angle lens to good use, couple with the amazing background of mughal architecturWe were done doing our shoot in traditional style, so it was time to go casual and we headed for Hauzkhas Village nextNow all the following photos are from the colorful streets of Hauzkhas village but still Classics happen in black and whites, so here is one classic from the shootNow paint some colors, shall we? What about Yellow with some happiness? That would make the world better place, no? Here is all colorful shot from the streeWhat could be more colorful than that? Let’s see another shot with the graffiti in backdroNow we tried another shot with their mobile phones and handmade badtameej dilIt was time to wrap up the shoot because everybody was tired of all the posing and shooting stuffMy very best wishes to this beautiful couple and hope that one day when they will look back to this day they will find it in one of their happiest days. 

It was time to wrap up the shoot because everybody was tired of all the posing and shooting stuff.

My very best wishes to this beautiful couple and hope that one day when they will look back to this day they will find it in one of their happiest days.
This is my photo journey to an outdoor couple shoot in DelhiMy friend booked me for her best friend’s wedding, so basically this shoot was a wedding gift to the couple and it was fun working with them.We started off with India Gate, you don’t have much location issues when you are in the capital of India itself. So here I got my album cover shot for this pre-wedding shootMoving on next, I wanted to add something more dynamic to the shoot so we tried dupatta shot and it was tough getting it right at first but we pulled it off after n’th number of tries. Here are few dupatta shots from the shootMixing it up in post processing and got this as random output and I felt really good about this shot, it made me believe in the power of photoshop with a pinch of luck becauge of how it gave almost another dimension and meaning to this otherwise simple photograph and I was plain lucky to get it rightWe went to the auto-rickshaw wale bhaiya next, for the permission to use their auto as a prop and he was more than happy to grant his permission for the same.This photo is clicked by Sachin who was assisting me on this shoot and it came out real well. I, in particular loved the minimalistic nature of itAnother auto-rickshaw shot with my wide angle lens,We left from here with few good shots and headed for Qutub Minar. Now that we get the hang of dupatta shot so we started off with dupatta again but this time it was Qutub Minar in the background,Next we tried the walk to remember shoAnother shot with the symmetrical pillars and alternate focus on the couplPutting my wide angle lens to good use, couple with the amazing background of mughal architecturWe were done doing our shoot in traditional style, so it was time to go casual and we headed for Hauzkhas Village nextNow all the following photos are from the colorful streets of Hauzkhas village but still Classics happen in black and whites, so here is one classic from the shootNow paint some colors, shall we? What about Yellow with some happiness? That would make the world better place, no? Here is all colorful shot from the streeWhat could be more colorful than that? Let’s see another shot with the graffiti in backdroNow we tried another shot with their mobile phones and handmade badtameej dilIt was time to wrap up the shoot because everybody was tired of all the posing and shooting stuffMy very best wishes to this beautiful couple and hope that one day when they will look back to this day they will find it in one of their happiest days.
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6 comments:

VJ Sharma said...

Beautiful Captures Arpit !

Keep sharing the awesome stuff...

Arpit Rastogi said...

Thank you so much for your appreciation.. means a lot to me! :)

And i will be sharing more on this for sure..

Sharon said...

Amazing shoot! The couple must be extremely happy post session , the colours are so vivid and vibrant! Love it!

Arpit Rastogi said...

Thank you Sharon! :)

Thousif Raza said...

Love the creativity in the photos especially the shoes and the mobile phone pics are awesome :D

Arpit Rastogi said...

Thanks bhai.. glad that you read it :)

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