ASIAN WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY
Team Uzma’s on average covers about 5 to 6 weddings per weekend during peak Asian Weddings season. Our team comprises of the best Asian Wedding Photographers and have numerous awards to their names. Our Asian Wedding Photography and Asian Wedding Videography package prices and details can be found on our webpage.
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If you know anything about Asian weddings, then you will know the amount of work that is put behind to get those two or more days of smooth celebrations and festivities. As a photographer, I enjoy the effort put by the bride and groom’s family in planning and organizing the wedding celebrations.
Be it a Pakistani wedding ceremony or a Tamil wedding ceremony, Asian wedding photography is mainly about capturing the details of the wedding in a narrative style. Details such as Asian bridal makeup and styling are also things that are essential when it comes to narrating a wedding with photography.
Why you should hire an expert and not just any wedding photographer:
There are a lot of options for the bride and groom when it comes to choosing their wedding photographer. But when it comes to Asian weddings, it is best to hire an Asian wedding photographer for the celebrations because they will have a fair knowledge about the festivities and rituals that take place. This helps them capture the right moments without missing them or not knowing what comes next. And that is a pretty big deal in narrating a wedding through pictures.
Here are some Asian weddings that we have a great deal of experience with.
Pakistani Wedding Photography
Typically, Pakistani weddings are a grand affair that begins with the mehndi ceremony that is held a few days prior to the wedding. The mehndi ceremony is mostly common for the bride and groom at a venue where even the guests are encouraged to have mehndi applied on their palms along with the bride.
My personal favourite in Pakistani wedding photography is the Rukhsati or the sending off ceremony for couples following the Nikkah. The emotions in the air are heavy and it is visually beautiful to be captured on a camera. Those are memories that the couple will be able to revisit years down the line.
Bangladeshi Wedding Photography
Showing elegance, luxury and vibrancy all the way, Bangladeshi weddings are some of the most extravagant celebrations there can be. The bride and groom are often dressed in shades of maroon or cream. The beauty of the wedding is that each family member is doing their own thing celebrating the union of two souls.
When it comes to Bangladeshi wedding photography one event that I really look forward to is the Gaye Holud held a couple of days before the wedding. It is the bridal shower that combines a mehndi ceremony and haldi ceremony.
Guests are commonly dressed in orange or yellow and yellow turmeric paste is applied on the bride’s face and hands to give her that “pre-wedding” glow. The significance of the haldi in warding off evil eye for the couple is not to be missed too.
Somali Wedding Photography
Many photographers find it hard to create portraits featuring the head bands and scarves that are a tradition in Somali weddings. But that is what I absolutely love about Somali wedding photography. The wedding has the nikkah ceremony and the party afterwards which is open for a lot of guests including the extended family. The celebrations can get pretty intense with the dancing and partying and there are so many beautiful moments that can be captured.
Arab Wedding Photography
The Arabs are extravagant in their celebrations and their weddings show nonetheless. The bride is often dressed in shades of maroon or red with exquisite jewellery which makes bridal portraiture my favourite aspect of Arab wedding photography.
Couple portraits turn out to be a thing of royalty and it takes a fair amount of skill to depict every bit of the wedding in a storyline.
Persian Iranian Wedding Photography
Combining a lot of meaningful traditions both before and after the wedding, Persian Iranian Wedding Photography is all about capturing emotions behind each ritual that takes place. A wedding has to be narrative for the couple to relive their special day years from now.
The post wedding ceremonies are the ones that have the most emotional value with extended families welcoming the newlyweds into their family with traditions that show their love and acceptance.
The wedding ceremony, no matter how simple or extravagant it is, is always fun to capture.
Hindu Wedding Photography
Hindu weddings can be anything from Kannadiga ceremonies to Marathian weddings. But one thing they all have in common is the cultural traditions and the celebrations they bring. Brides are dressed in a saree or lehenga whereas the groom often wears a traditional suit in a beige or ivory colour.
The wedding ceremony and the reception are the two ceremonies that are of utmost importance with the mehendi ceremony being optional for many families. Hindu wedding photography involves a lot of research into the ceremonies that take place, something that I have personally experienced and handled through the years.
Muslim Wedding Photography
If there is an advantage in being a female wedding photographer, it is the joy of covering Muslim Weddings. The bride often has a veil covering her face whereas the ceremonies are held separately for the bride and the groom, restricting one another from seeing each other. The anticipation and the shyness is what make Muslim Wedding Photography my favourite one.
Sikh Wedding Photography
Sikh weddings can go for days together and it is important that you hire a photographer who really knows the ceremonies that consist of the wedding. The dancing, the colours and the happiness is all essential elements in Sikh wedding photography. You have to be really careful not to miss the emotions in the sending off ceremony.
Tamil Wedding Photography
Traditional Tamil weddings involve ceremonies prior to tying the knot which all have their own significance. The groom tying the thaali around the bride’s neck has a whole lot of emotions playing on the bride’s face, the bride’s parents’ faces etc. The couple holding hands and walking around the fire is such a strong moment.
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