Mehendi events are known to be the most thrilling, exciting and vibrant events of all. It is a pre-wedding celebration in Hindu culture. This is the day when henna is applied to the bride’s hand. It is a common Hindu myth that the darker the stain, the deeper the groom’s love for the bride. Our prodigious team of Indian Wedding Photography is well known for their epic photography service. We cover every minute detail and emotional moments of Mehendi. We were able to impress our client, Miss Sneha through our remarkable photography service.

It was Saturday afternoon, we arrived at Sneha’s house for a pre-Mehendi shoot. Sneha looked lovely in her green outfit that was finely blended with yellow. A hint of red could be seen in her lehenga and dupatta. All and all, she looked glorious. Her make-up flawlessly complimented her skin tone and outfit. We snapped close up shots of her jewellery including the pearls hanging in her ear, the necklace placed on neck and rings fitting her fingers perfectly. We directed a few poses to Sneha and she perfectly slew all the poses. We made sure that Sneha’s clothes were the full display and her accessories were not out of place when clicking her photo. We even managed to take shots of decorations done at Sneha’s home. We later requested her to stand on a staircase. The flower ribbon that was twisted around the stair rail and the vibrant scenery behind Sneha served as a perfect backdrop. We managed to capture the most stunning pictures.

After shooting Sneha at her house, we made our way towards the venue. The venue looked heavenly from afar. It was decorated with sparkling lights. We didn’t miss clicking pictures of the outdoors as well as indoors. As soon as Sneha entered, she settled herself on a splendidly decorated swing. It was heavily in contrast with Sneha’s outfit. In short, we had very little distractions in the background. As a result, we were able to take pictures in which Sneha was the main focus.

The event commenced with dances, music and fun. We took candid shots of Sneha’s friends and family while they were dancing their hearts out. Meanwhile, Sneha was occupied with the henna application. Once Sneha was done, we took close up hand shots of Sneha with all the henna details. The henna looked amazing.

With our diligent efforts, we were successful in delivering the best photography service. When Sneha saw her pictures, she was stunned. She couldn’t believe that it was her. We are proud to say that we brought smiles to our client’s face. She appreciated our work and even recommended us further.

Photography is a very popular hobby, and beautiful in its way, some may even call it a form of art. It’s known to be a rather expensive hobby but the cost can definitely be cut down. With apps and social media platforms that promote photography such as Instagram on the rise, it’s no wonder the passion and popularity for photography are too.
One of the many ways you can lower the weight of your photographic passion on your wallet is by purchasing only the essential what are those other than the obvious camera, you may ask. Here’s a list of them.

1. Camera Tripod
Some camera accessories are as versatile and required as a tripod. You could be shooting landscape, portrait or even wedding photography, you will have to use a tripod at some point.
It can be used to help the camera focus or simply be steady.
As a newbie, it’s okay if your first camera tripod is cheap—one that you can mess around with without having to worry about it breaking or getting dirty. The Amazon Basics 60-Inch Lightweight Tripod is ideal for its low price and relative portability.

2. Remote Shutter Release
A remote shutter release is beneficial because it allows you to “take a shot” without physically touching the camera body, which eliminates the potential for camera shake and accidental blurring. It’s most often used in conjunction with a tripod.
There are two kinds of remote shutter releases—wired and wireless—but it doesn’t really matter which one you get. More advanced remotes have extra features like half-press support, built-in timers, and LCD screens.
This Newer Shutter Release remote provides tons of bang for the buck, but note that you’re going to need to buy a foreign that’s compatible with your particular brand of camera (Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Sony, etc).

3. Prime Lens
If you do not have a camera with an interchangeable lens, you’ll skip this section. This only applies to DSLRs and mirrorless cameras.
As you progress in your photography skills, you’ll find yourself amassing many different lens types that permit you to take all types of shots. But in the beginning, you will be happier starting with one prime lens. (A prime lens may be a lens that does not zoom.)
Why a prime lens? Because the lack of zoom can teach you tons about proper composition techniques. With a hard and fast optical lens, you’ve got to think through your shots more, which stretches your skills and helps you improve faster.
For Canon and Nikon, the 50mm f/1.8 prime lens is the cheapest of all lenses, making it great for starters. However, if your camera features a crop sensor (which most entry-level DSLRs and mirrorless cameras do) and if you’ll afford to spend more, we recommend a 35mm prime lens because it’s generally more flexible.

4. External Flash (Speedlight)
Every photographer needs flash at some point, even if you don’t intend to shoot in the dark—but don’t use the built-in flash on your camera body. It’s simply no good. Instead, spend a touch bit on an external flash unit (also called a Speedlight or flashgun).
The Yongnuo YN-560 IV Wireless Flash is an inexpensive off-brand flash unit that’s cheap enough to be affordable but still powerful, feature-rich, and stays useful no matter how skilled you become.

5. AA Batteries + Battery Charger
Once you start using external flash units, you’ll be going through batteries like crazy—and that’s why you should invest in rechargeable batteries as soon as you know that you’re going to be serious about photography.

6. Camera Cleaning Kit
Dirt, dust, and moisture can get into camera bodies, lenses, and accessories—and within the worst-case scenario, your expensive camera and lenses may suffer permanent damage. Neglecting camera maintenance could also be the foremost expensive mistake you’ll make.
Unfortunately, professional camera cleaning can also be expensive. That’s why you ought to find out how to properly clean camera gear yourself. Of course, when there’s a serious issue, you should take it to a professional.

7. Camera Strap
Your camera probably came with its own branded strap. Unfortunately, the free straps that accompany cameras are often small, weak, ugly, and uncomfortable.
As soon as you’ve got the rest of the stuff listed above, you ought to spring for a top-quality camera strap. The difference between an honest strap and a kit strap is like night and day, and you will not regret it.
The Black Rapid Cross Shot Sling Strap is one among the best in its price range: comfortable, adjustable, and sturdy. But if you cannot quite afford it, I highly recommend the affordable and cosy Custom SLR Air Strap.

8. Camera Bag
Once you’ve bought all the aforementioned items, it’s going to be a pain in the butt trying to carry it all without a properly designed bag for the job.
If there’s one thing you learn from this article, let it be this: camera gear is only useful if you have it on you when you want to take photos! What good is a camera if it’s so inconvenient that you always leave it at home? No camera, no photos.