We spent a day with the Makwana family documenting a day in their life. Right from the moment they wake up, till they retire for the day, their typical day was documented. This is a totally unscripted, as-is account of a typical Friday in the Makwana household.
They laugh, they yawn, they cook, they shop, they have fun and most importantly, they do LOVE .
Ole and Oru had been planning their wedding for 5 years and chose Dubai as their destination. Unfortunately, the morning of their wedding, Dubai witnessed one of the biggest sandstorm in recent history and their beautifully planned wedding had to be moved indoors at the last minute. All their plans were cancelled at the literal 11th hour.
Some quick thinking and planning by the fantastic wedding planner ensured that they still had a fantastic ceremony albeit indoors followed by some crazy Naija style fun dancing at the reception.
I had to change my entire plans with the photographs I had planned as well, but managed to still deliver images to the client which they were very happy with. Being a wedding photographer, taking the stress off the couple in any situation is a very handy trick we learn early into our careers and all of that came into practice at this wedding to ensure that clients had memory of their best day in terms of photographs and not the unfortunate natural events that took place.
Pearl & Sayantan got married in a very intimate and DIY wedding in her brothers backyard in Dubai followed by a high energy and awesome reception. In between we took them out for a photo shoot across the Abra in Dubai as Sayantan is a sailor.
We have attempted to capture the best moments from their wedding and hope you like them.
Tanmay got married to his sweetheart Sabrina in a beautiful celebration of love. The three day ceremony was filled with love, laughter and celebrations shared between the two families and all the guests at their wedding. Here are a select few photos from their wedding in Dubai.