Interior Photographer in Mumbai, India.

Studio 5 – Kolte Patil Developers Ltd Photo Shoot

As one of the leading Interior Photographer in Mumbai, India….we recently got the opportunity to do a photo shoot for a highly privileged client Kolte Patil Developers Ltd courtesy Studio 5.

It is always an enjoyable & a challenging experience when you get to shoot something different, regale and exclusive like the spanking Brand New Concept Office of Kolte Patil Developers. Doing the photo shoot was an amazing experience even more so because of our client – Studio 5.

They are an amazing team of bright, talented & very hard-working individuals who not only have an obsession towards the work they do but also have a fine eye for details.

When we got to do a recce of the office they had designed for a very privileged client, we were truly excited to do the photo shoot. This office reflects a very regale, luxurious, opulent, minimal but at the same time very functional approach to interior design.

Ever since its inception, Kolte Patil Developers Ltd. (KPDL) has been on the forefront of developments with its trademark philosophy of ‘Creation and not Construction’. With over 8 million square feet of landmark developments across Pune and Bengaluru, KPDL has created a remarkable difference by pioneering new lifestyle concepts, leveraging cutting edge technology and creating insightful designs. This iconic journey of success has been inspired by its dynamic leadership, passionate team of experts, league of stakeholders and its ever growing quest for excellence.

KPDL’s extensive spectrum of creations spans across multiple segments like residential projects, business and retail properties, IT Parks, Integrated Townships and Hospitality Infrastructure. Its core business operations feature varied aspects of construction business, such as location identification, acquisition, project planning, designing and development.…

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Lakme Fashion Week 2013, Mumbai | mapxencaRS

Lakmé Fashion Week (LFW) is jointly organized by Lakmé, the No.1 cosmetics and beauty services brand in India and IMG Reliance, the global leader in sports and entertainment event marketing and management.

Lakme Fashion Week has been conceived and created with a vision to “Redefine the future of fashion and Integrate India into the global fashion world”. LFW is organized twice every year. LFW Summer/Resort 2013 was held from March 22 to March 26th at Grand Hyatt Hotel, Mumbai.

Inspired from their visit to Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s Ashram at Bangalore, the Mapxencar sisters presented their collection during the forthcoming Lakme Fashion Week 2013 on March 23 in Mumbai.

Riddhi and Siddhi Mapxencar own a fashion label mapxencaRS.

“The idea for this collection came from our visit to Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s Ashram at Bangalore,” Riddhi Mapxencar said in Mumbai.

The Mapxencar duo has named their collection as “Son Shringar.” (Lakme Fashion Week 2013 – Grand Hyatt, Mumbai)

“We present the collection of Son Shringar – where anchored by gold, every colour in life comes alive. The collection is meant to inspire you to go within and be pure in soul like gold and yet enhance the life around you,” she said.

“Just as gold cannot be affected by any acid, and is deemed the purest metal, which even when goes through fire, gets only more purified, so also the soul as it goes through the ‘tapa’ of sadhana and dhyana (yoga & meditation) becomes more pure,” Siddhi Mapxencar said explaining the concept. (Lakme Fashion Week 2013 – Grand Hyatt, Mumbai)

The sister duo will for the first time this season experiment with Indo-western silhouettes for the show.…

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Loreal Retro Nouveau Color Collection 2013 | Fashion Photography Mumbai | Haute Couture

L’Oréal Professionnel launches the Retro Nouveau Color Collection 2013 – a new fashion forward twist to retro hair designs on 29th of Jan 2013 in Mumbai at Hotel Trident.

L’Oréal Professionnel – the Parisian house of Hairdressing believes in bringing the latest in hair fashion trends from the international fashion runways to India. In line with this fashion philosophy, it has launched the Loreal Retro Nouveau Color collection 2013 – A new fashion forward twist to retro hair designs.

The 50-60’s era saw some of the most stylish Fashion icons in the world and these iconic women continue to inspire the world of fashion as symbols of glamour, elegance, and style even today.  It is in these golden age icons namely Elizabeth Taylor, Twiggy Lawson and Brigitte Bardot – that L’Oreal Professionnel has found its inspiration for its Color collection. Retro trends are currently in vogue on the international ramps for instance the ‘Twiggy cut’ has been emulated by celebs like Emma Watson etc. in real life and has graced the covers of various magazines and international runways.

Taking this international collection a step further the L’Oréal Professionnel Dream Team has designed its India interpretation with cuts, colors and styles created specifically for the Indian woman and is meant to reveal her glamorous side.

The Color Collection uses a new color technique ‘Shadow Illusions’ with cuts and styles that are on-trend while retaining the 60’s signature. The 3 color bases used in the collection with INOA and Majirel colors are suited for Indian hair and skin tones, making fashionable color very wearable and suited for various hair lengths (long, medium and short)

ABOUT THE SHADOW ILLUSIONS TECHNIQUE:

To create this effect, a zigzag section is created around the head on hair that has been pre-cut.…

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Are You Looking For Exclusive Maharashtrian Candid Wedding Photography Services?

As one of the leading photographers in the field of Candid Maharashtrian Wedding Photography, we are excited to present to you, yet another beautiful Maharashtrian Wedding!

This wedding story is about a beautiful maharashtrian couple, Ridhima & Samit. Their wedding was simple, beautiful & at the same time grand, classy, vibrant & colourful! The pictures below are a testimony to this!

Samit Sawant, the groom, hails from Santa Clara, California. He was dressed impeccably for the D-Day! Sumit not only comes across but actually is genuinely a very simple & down to earth guy! Ridhima Satam, the bride, on the other hand is someone who comes across as full of energy, bubbly & enthusiastic and she was looking extremely beautiful and photogenic for the occasion!

She was looking stunning & was dressed in a traditional nine yard ‘Paithani Saree’. The wedding was a proper Maharashtrian Wedding & was done with great pomp! It was done with great religious observance and as Candid Wedding Photographers, we had a great time capturing the traditions & rituals at the wedding. Having a good understanding of the above rituals is very important for capturing Candid Moments especially with when it comes to Maharashtrian Candid Wedding Photography.

Here is a brief explanation of some of these Important Maharashtrian Wedding Customs & Rituals:

Antarpaat:
At the time of shubh muhurat, the girl’s maternal uncle leads her to the mandap. The girl and boy are not allowed to glance at each other; therefore, the girl is taken to the mandap by raising an Antarpaat (a white cloth that is used as a partition between the bride and groom.…

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  • Ashu Dode - September 7, 2013 - 7:43 pm

    you’ve got skillz Amit Desai, whoaa…amazing pictures!ReplyCancel

  • Dayal Gadkari - December 3, 2013 - 9:17 am

    just nice `1 sir all the pics are awesome….may i know which camera u carry.
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  • Pashminu Mansukhani - December 3, 2013 - 7:52 pm

    Hi, loved you work. But why only Maharashtrian couples? You should extend your services for all Hindu weddings. Candid photographs are so much better than the ‘posed’ boring staged photographs.ReplyCancel

  • Karan Rathod - December 29, 2013 - 12:40 pm

    Thank you so much
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  • Kavita Kapote - January 20, 2014 - 11:12 am

    awesome
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  • rishikesh raskar - February 25, 2014 - 10:33 pm

    Hi, awesome photography ,one of d best of all the Maharashtrian wedding photography ..ReplyCancel

  • Laxmikant manjarekar - April 5, 2014 - 3:29 pm

    superb………….ReplyCancel

  • Shubham Sarfare - June 27, 2014 - 2:40 pm

    ohhh itz jst Owsme clcks (y)
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  • Durgesh Kunjekar - July 23, 2014 - 10:56 am

    nice collection..
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  • Matrimony Sites - October 23, 2014 - 10:31 am

    Wow! Such a beautiful photography..She was looking stunning..The bangles are so beauty.thanks for sharingReplyCancel

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  • Sandeep Nanware - July 15, 2016 - 6:08 am

    AWESOME Jeet ShreenivasReplyCancel

Are You Looking For A Candid Sikh Wedding Photographer in India?

As one of the leading Candid Sikh Wedding Photographer / Punjabi Wedding Photographer’s in India, we have had the privilege of capturing quite a few Sikh / Punjabi Weddings. Simran & Ashish our beautiful couple were an absolute blast to work with! They as well as their families, were a bunch of totally fun & chilled out people we have come across.

Simran belongs to a strong ethical sikh culture & Ashish hails from a classy & well cultured gujarati family. They both make for an awesome pair. Their chemistry was excellent & it made my work as a candid photographer that much easier.

When two people are very much in love, it shows! This wedding was a 3 day elaborate affair!

We were asked to cover all the events leading to the final d-day – the wedding day!

As one of the leading Sikh Wedding Photographer, we got the opportunity to cover the following events:

1. Shagun Tilak Roka Ceremony
2. Vatna Gharoli Ceremony
3, Chuda Ceremony
4. Wedding (In A Beautiful Gurudwara)

Shagun Tilak Roka Ceremony:
The Shagun Tilak Roka Ceremony or Engagement Ceremony marks the beginning of the sikh wedding celebrations. It is also called Tilak, which is performed by a bhaiji (preacher) of the Gurudwara. He reads hymns and then applies a tilak on the groom’s forehead, to mark the engagement ceremony. On this occasion, both the families, exchange gifts in order to confirm the engagement of the couple. The bride’s family takes care of the ceremonial activities of the engagement. As a part of the shagun, a thali containing coconut, dry dates, sugar & money are sent to the groom’s family by the bride’s family.…

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