Hindu wedding photographers in India have captured some of the most stunning images in the world.
The Indian wedding photography scene is booming with the growing number of couples taking pictures of their loved ones in Hindu temples and Hindu weddings.
According to the Hindu Wedding Photography Association (HWPJA), which was founded in 2010, more than 1.5 million couples have taken their photos at a wedding.
According the HWPJA, weddings are an integral part of Hindu culture and are celebrated by thousands of people from every walk of life.
“We have been inundated with requests for wedding photography from people across the country.
We also have photographers who are doing their best to ensure that our weddings are in the best possible condition,” said M.K. Sengupta, a photographer and founder of HWPKA.
The number of weddings has increased dramatically in the past two years with more than 2.5 lakh weddings taking place in India this year.
The popularity of Hindu weddings has grown with the introduction of digital photography.
“Digital technology is the future of wedding photography and it has made our job much easier,” said Senguptas wife.
“If we were to shoot a wedding this year, we would have a camera with a resolution of around 1,000 pixels per inch and a sensor of 1,600 pixels per meter.
With this kind of sensor, the camera would be able to capture a picture of an entire wedding.”
The new technology has also allowed photographers to shoot images with incredible depth and detail.
According a survey conducted by The Hindu, the average bride and groom would spend around Rs 6 lakh on a wedding in 2019.
The survey said that in a typical wedding, more people than expected spend around 25,000 rupees on a venue and accommodation for the ceremony.
The poll also said that the number of wedding venues had increased by nearly 15 per cent.
While the HwpJA says it is the best place for photographers to be, some photographers are not happy with the lack of a platform for their work.
“For the photographers to make money, they have to shoot the wedding,” said A.D. Suresh, founder of the Wedding Photographers Association of India.
“And the prices of photography equipment are astronomical.”
Some photographers say that if the HppaJA is going to continue to grow, it needs to focus on developing the wedding industry in India.
“The main reason for the popularity of weddings in India is the increase in the number and the number in number of people marrying in the country,” said K. Sivan.
“We are now a big part of the wedding scene and a part of weddings.
This is a huge opportunity for us.”