Indian wedding photography Akash and Rajni Indian wedding photographer

Indian wedding photography

Aaroneye Photography was featured on Southasian Bride Magazine in November 2010. Aaroneye Photography introducing Akash and Rajni’s Indian wedding ceremony in Double Tree Ontario. All over the world people celebrate marriage in diverse customs, but as a photographer I have to admit there is something rather unique and special about an Indian wedding. Indian’s take extreme pride in their weddings, it’s apparent from day 1 the amount of detail, decoration and planning that goes into them is almost unmatched by any other culture. I really appreciate the amount of work that was put it in and was able to capture them all. Learn more about Indian Wedding.

Rajni was such a delightful Indian bride to work with. She followed instructions well, and she was always cheerful. I captured her inner beauty along with brilliant colors from her dress and accessories. Akash is a very nice and funny guy, I am very glad to get to know him as well. After Rajni finished getting ready, Akash marched in with the drums and music. Omg these Indian music stuck on my head for a few weeks but I love them. I felt tremendous amount of cheerful spirit, this is the beauty of Indian wedding. Both side introduced each other at the entrance, and gave emotional hugs. Before Akash drove off with Rajni on a Lexus, there was a very dramatic moment and I’m so glad that I was able to capture them. The ceremony was beautiful. While Rajni was marching in, Akash was covered by a long curtain. Rajni stopped in front of Akash. The moment that curtain dropped, he saw Rajni’s dress for the first time and the look on his face was priceless! The ceremony went on for a couple of hours but it felt very short, because I was having a great time capturing all of these moments. Here’s more samples of my Indian Wedding Photography.

Rajni Sheth - October 25, 2010 - 7:45 PM

Hey Aaron!!! Wow this is absolutely beautiful!!! Thank you and Patty so much for capturing our special moments in a such a way that we will cherish for a lifetime!!! You guys ROCK!!!

Daniel Boswell - October 26, 2010 - 4:46 PM

Dude! These pics kick ass! very nice job capturing both the fun and emotion of their day!

Kunaal Gosrani - January 16, 2011 - 1:26 PM

supurb work here, i absolutly love your composistions too and your photography classy and different!!! NICE ONE

soumen d. - January 27, 2011 - 6:39 AM

just awesome pics …. nice framing , timing .lighting everything is superb .


soumen d.
kolkata. india

Stephanie Vega - April 1, 2011 - 11:53 PM

These remind me of the traditional Mexican wedding my older sister had. I love the scenery and attire. And of course the photos are superb.

Kim Rawks - April 2, 2011 - 6:54 PM

I love these. The reds are so vibrant. There something about foreign cultures I’m attracted to.

Emily - April 3, 2011 - 12:01 PM

I’m 1/4 Indian and have been to weddings like this. Everyone is so photogenic at them – especially the women. I’m sure that makes your job that much easier.

Jennifer - April 3, 2011 - 12:12 PM

I’ve always loved the head/hair pieces in traditional ethnic weddings. The bride is stunning. Nice shots.

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