The look of Asian wedding photography London during the Covid-19 pandemic is going to be very different to what we are used to.
Government rules and guidelines in relation to weddings in England are changing everyday. However the core message is that unless you are in a social bubble with the bridal party or grooms household then guests in the photographs need to observe the current social distancing rules.
So no more big Asian weddings with hundreds of guests? Well, not in COVID-19 times but you can still have memorable wedding photography.
The whole wedding industry has taken a massive hit due to the crippling pandemic everywhere from London UK, Pakistan, Sri Lanka to India. Wedding planners, makeup artists, priests, caterers, gift makers, DJ’s, videographers and us photographers have seen better days.
Candid Style Asian Wedding Photography London
So the big question most of brides have been asking us recently, is will we be able to get fun shots of people enjoying themselves like the ones seen in this website? Yes, I will still shoot in my candid, natural, photojournalist style. With restricted numbers I can concentrate on each and every guest personally. A true professional photographer who will work at achieving the most genuine smiles all those present as you say your Indian marriage wows. You do not have to hire a second photographer costs.
Over the last few months in 2020, the enforced smaller weddings leads to less spending on the wedding services, many suppliers offering discounts. Leading to saving of 1000’s of pounds for the bride and groom.
Whether you have 10, 15, or 30 people in your wedding party, photography is the last place you want to be cut back on.
The Future of Wedding Photography During the Coronavirus Pandemic
The future of wedding photography during the Corana pandemic is going to be very different to what we are used to. The videography team and photographer will all masked-up but it’s a bit of a shame that close families need to do the same. Photos and videography footage will be clearly seen in the images. Both I and my fellow wedding photographers are beginning to prepare for very unusual wedding pictures that we can present to the newly weds.