Apurva Yogesh Prewedding in Aaga khan palace Pune
No one can understand the importance of life-changing answer ‘Yes’ better than Yogesh. While listening to the story of Apurva and Yogesh I had goosebumps. Apurva and Yogesh were school friends. After their school, they choose different career paths. They used to text each other and speak on calls occasionally but they never realized what they feel about each other. Yogesh went to Canada for higher studies and Apurva’s engagements got fixed by her family. Due to this news, Yogesh got shocked and he realized that he loves Apurva. It was the moment and he proposed Apurva for marriage. She took her time and said Yes. But the convincing family was a very difficult task for Apurva. She finally convinced them and now this couple happily got married. We covered wonderful prewedding for them.
Candid Pictures are always results to be the best… We started the Pre-wedding session of Yogesh and Apurva inside a garden in Pune. Apurva and Yogesh were meeting each other after so many days. So it was kind of date for them. I simply asked them to do whatever they want and let me capture all the moments. And the result was too good.
If you are doing a pre wedding photoshoot then you dont really need a great place always. Just a small garden will work for you. In prewedding photoshoot of Apurva and Yogesh, we focused on their emotions more than the location. The above picture was taken near a broken wall, but the composition was really cool.
The above black and white picture of Apurva and Yogesh was one of my favorite because. When a couple is in true love and they meet after years, the smile is unstoppable. Being a wedding and pre wedding photographer,I believe you always dont need props or great locations and poses but you need to make a couple comfortable and you need to capture their emotions through the pose is really very simple.
In India, we love traditional touch for prewedding as well. Simple kurta and lehenga choli for your pre-wedding gives some amazing pictures.
Some Pictures look good as black and white because emotions need no color.