New Delhi (India)
Hey.My name is Rohit Kadyan and I love Photography. I love creating best of the memories for my couples and families which are meaningful to them. I started photography because I love traveling and meeting new people but as being into this industry from many years now my major focus is to make my clients happy by providing them best of the work. Photography to me is a passion sauce which is the main key to my daily life and seeing those smiles on the faces of people I photograph after delivering the images is what my goal is now. For the couples who hires me,they don't hire me for my work but for the kind of person I am in real life. If it's your wedding day I am your best friend and I would capture you guys the same way as a best friend would do for you.
I had a chance to photograph this beautiful couple at their school. Saw few kids playing basketball at the court, asked for the help to create this shot. Slow shutter trick and bouncing multiple balls at same time gave me this picture.
Getting ready sessions are one of those times where a photographer can play around trying different compositions. I was photographing this christian bride and saw the picture of Jesus, composed it in the foreground and bride at the background and hence this picture.
Love for minimalism : Saw the tides getting faster and the sun setting down, the perfect light on the couple and camera almost in the water to capture this shot.
This is a beautiful palace in Jaipur, Rajasthan and we have shot here multiple times so know the best times to capture the sunset. The added charm is the flock of birds flying by, took us almost 10mins to wait for birds to round up back again to take a flight just above the couple.
I am a big fan of brilliant architecture. Adding the architecture into couple shoot is one of my favourite things to do. Saw this beautiful frame of arch, placed the couple right in the middle and got this shot.
I am a huge fan of the work of Victor Lax, during one of his seminars I attended I got to know the value of just the hands in the picture. Wanted to do something with the rings so planned this shot during a couple shoot session.
Kai and Christine were enjoying on the dancefloor, suddenly the friends made them sit on the chairs and lifted both of them up. I knew that there is going to be a moment worth capturing,placed my flash right behind them and waited for the moment and hence got this picture.
In Indian weddings wearing Turban is a part of grooms outfit. This guy who was tying the turban has this unique style of throwing the remaining cloth in air when he is putting it around groom's head, saw it and waited for the right time to get this.
After parties always gives some crazy pictures, this party had this unique pot to make all the guests drink alcohol,when I saw the bartender making everyone drink in a cool way I stood up on a chair and captured this moment.
Indian weddings has a "haldi ceremony" in which before the wedding turmeric is applied to the groom and bride. As this was a beach wedding in Thailand, so I asked the couple and their family and friends to jump into the sea right after the ceremony, I love how the splash of water adds on to this picture.
This couple wanted a picture by the pool side, and I didn't wanted to create just a normal one. So in the evening I told them to stand in front of the pool, added color smoke at the background and lit it with a speedlight, and the pool gave a perfect mirror reflection.
This one is a backlit silhouette of bride.
Roman and Yulia planned honeymoon in bali and we were asked to capture their memories in bali. She was wearing a very pretty flowing dress and it was windy at the beach and we use the wind to add on to the picture.
It's so difficult to capture kids,but one of the most interesting moments we can get if we are patient enough to create a moment with them. In a 2day wedding, this kid showed me all his crazy sides so I knew that somewhere something unique I will get from him and here I am with one of my favourite photos.In the middle of ceremony,this kid was so bored that he slept there and I got this moment.
Its not mandatory for groomsmen or bridesmaid to wear same clothes in Indian weddings.While shooting this wedding in Thailand when I saw these friends wearing same outfits I didn't wanted to create just a simple image,I took my time to allign them and when I sat on the floor to take the picture I saw the reflection on the marble floor and that's how I got this shot.