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indian wedding, Hindu wedding, Punjabi Wedding Photographer

Indian Hindi Hindu Punjabi wedding photographer Hindu Destination wedding photography by Glen Johnson. Popular Indian wedding locations, Shiv Niwas Palace, Taj Lake Palace, Oberoi Udai Vilas, Jagat Niwas Palace, Fateh Prakash Palace, Devigarh Fort Palace, Deogarh Mahal, Jag Mandir, Rambagh Palace, Oberoi Raj Vilas, Jai Mahal Palace, Samode Haveli, Mandawa Haveli, Umaid Bhavan Palace, Taj Hari Mahal, Ajit Bhawan Palace, Ran Banka, Gorbandh Palace, Fort Rajwada, Narain Niwas, Jawahar Niwas

 

Are you planning a wedding in India and searching for an english speaking
destination wedding photographer to meet you there?

 

Do you have the budget and a sense of modern style that allows you to pick from among the best photographers in the world?

If so, I hope you'll consider me for your wedding photography in India.

I would be delighted to work with you anywhere in India.

 

 

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If you're getting married in India and you're interested in my work, please write using the form below.

I would love to work with you.

 

The video slideshow above from the wedding of Antara & Kingsuk was originally scheduled for Delhi, India.
After finding it difficult to get all the US guests to fly that far, they changed the location to Maui, Hawaii.

The first day was a meet/greet party in traditional Hindu dress, with dancing and several Henna artists circulating about to decorate the ladies.

If you're planning a Hindu wedding ceremony and would like a similar set of images, I hope you won't hesitate to call or email me.

 

For Destination weddings in India, the base price starts at about $4000 USD. That price includes all travel expenses to major cities in India. If your wedding is longer than two days, and you are not providing accomodation yourself, then I may need to charge extra for food and hotel depending on the length of the stay. In any case, I would be available for approximately 10 hrs on the wedding day, plus at least one other shoot of 2-4 hours.

If your wedding is a multi day wedding that lasts longer than two days I would still definitely be interested in working with you, but we would need to work out some other arrangement for accomodation. I would also love to be able to travel around the countryside a bit with you to shoot images in any locations that you find interesting.

Basically, after traveling all that way, I would want to make the most of the trip, both for you, and for me.

 

For more information, and more slideshows, please  visit my Home Page and look through the links at the top of this page.

 

 

Glen Johnson is an internationally known wedding photographer
who lives in the US and travels regularly to destinations around the world.

If you can't hire me, try Sephi Bergerson. He is a very good photographer living in India.
He shoots Commercial assignments, books, and weddings.

Hindu Wedding Traditions     Indian Weddings    More about Indian Weddings

 

Want more information about getting married in India?
India Marriage is the largest Indian matrimonial website.


 

Contact:    541-729-9256    -or-   grj (at) aperturephotographics.com

 

Welcome!

My name is Glen and I've been a full time wedding photographer for the past twelve years, during which time I've shot well over 200 weddings. I live in a beautiful place called the Willamette Valley, in Central Oregon. From that home base, I travel the world shooting weddings for Eugene Oregon Wedding Photographer Glen Johnsonclients that care deeply about having their wedding day captured as a story, told by an artist. I just recently completed my 58th Destination wedding outside the continental US.

I absolutely LOVE what I do. I love meeting new people, making beautiful art with cameras and computers, and traveling around the world.

I often find myself in some beautiful or exotic location and I'll stop, take a long look around, and think to myself, "I'm the luckiest person in the universe for having found this profession."

My style...  is to shoot quietly and unobtrusively in the background throughout most of the day, and then work with you to create dramatic and unusual environmental portraits when we've got a few minutes alone. My greatest compliment is when a bride looks through the photos and says, "I didn't even know you were there when that happened."

Your style...  is bold, fun loving, adventurous and totally in love with your new partner. You appreciate photography as an art and you want an outgoing, friendly photographer that you feel comfortable hanging out with. You don't want to worry about being embarrased by an egotistical photographer who tries to take over your day. You're not looking for the cheapest photographer - you're look for quality and expect it to cost more because it's the best. Finding a photographer who can tell a story with a camera is of the highest priority to you. You shudder at the thought of seeing your own faces in the cheesy wedding photos that are so typical these days. You want a large collection of natural, unstaged images that capture a moment, and all together, they tell the story of your day.

Some advice...  You are almost certainly a new bride or groom just venturing into the confusion of shopping photographers for your wedding. I've talked with hundreds of people in that place and I've personally seen enough weddings that I think I can provide some advice for you!

First of all, when you interview a photographer, perhaps the single most important thing to know is that it's very easy for new or moderate quality photographers to buy a website that makes them look as good as the really great photographers - at first glance.

The thing to remember is that most photographers will pick out their favorite 20 images from each wedding and show those on their website, but that should leave you wondering what the heck they were doing for the rest of the wedding day.

You need to know that any beginner can get 20 good shots during a 10 hour wedding day and that is NOT something to brag about.

So don't ask a photographer to "Show me your best picture."

What you should be asking them to do, is.... "Tell me a story." And believe me, there is a HUGE difference between the photographers that can get 20 decent shots, and those that can get the hundreds of great images it takes to tell the whole story of a wedding day.

More advice... Here are some more detailed things you should know about shopping photographers...

The slideshows below tell stories. Each show may contain over a hundred images but this is still only a small selection of the images taken at that wedding, and I hope you'll agree that each show tells the story of the day.

I hope that someday I have the pleasure of working with you, to capture your story.

 

These slideshows are from Oregon weddings.
For best viewing, turn on your speakers and set each video to play full screen at 1080.

 

 

Contact:    541-729-9256    -or-   grj (at) aperturephotographics.com

 

View More Video Slideshows from Other Weddings - each one tells a new story.

 

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All text and Images Copyright Glen Johnson

 

My Book for Brides - (eBook only)

Brides Guide Book

For most couples, finding the right photographer is a LARGE part of the wedding planning process. You know that aside from the rings, the pictures are all you’ll have left after the wedding is over. As you join together to become a new family, these images become the first record in your family history. The skill and style of the photographer you choose will determine how those memories are captured. And the scary part – for both the couple and the photographer – is that there are no second chances. Your wedding photographer has one chance to get it right and make it look beautiful – which means you’ve got only one chance to choose someone you can trust with that responsibility.

Read more about the book...
Download a copy...

 

(this book is NOT an advertisement for my
photography services)

 

I've been a full time wedding photographer, since 2000.

During that time I've shot over 300 weddings, with 58 of those being in other countries outside the US.

BOWP logoIn 2010 I was invited to become a founding member of an association called
Best of Wedding Photography. This is a gathering of the best wedding photographers on the planet. Membership is free, but it is by invitation only and there are less than 500 members worldwide. I was also invited to be an official board member for this organization. So now I am one of 8 Internationally know photographers on the board who are responsible for providing guidance about the formation of the organization, and also for actually interviewing other photographers around the world to decide who gets invited into the organization.

 

 

 

 

 

 

There are so many beautiful wedding locations to choose from in India. These are but a few of the most popular... Shiv Niwas Palace, Taj Lake Palace,
Oberoi Udai Vilas, Jagat Niwas Palace, Fateh Prakash Palace, Devigarh Fort Palace, Deogarh Mahal, Jag Mandir, Rambagh Palace, Oberoi Raj Vilas,
Jai Mahal Palace, Samode Haveli, Mandawa Haveli, Umaid Bhavan Palace, Taj Hari Mahal, Ajit Bhawan Palace, Ran Banka, Gorbandh Palace,
Fort Rajwada, Narain Niwas, Jawahar Niwas.

Other popular wedding locations in India include...

Delhi wedding photographer, Bhopal wedding photographer, Amadabad, Vadodara, Hyderabad, Chennai, Madurai, Sri Lanka,
kolkata wedding photographer, Calcutta wedding photographer, Dhaka wedding photographer, Mumbai, Bombay wedding photographer,
Bangalore, Varanasi, Punjabi Wedding Photographer, Gujrati Wedding, Sikh Wedding, Desi Wedding Photographer,
South Asian Wedding, Hindu Wedding, Udaipur Wedding, Goa , Jaipur , Jodhpur , Jaisalmer , Rajasthan , Kerala Wedding.

 

Contact:    541-729-9256    -or-   grj (at) aperturephotographics.com

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