Couples who are in love, and planning to get married or getting married to fell in love, pre wedding shoot in Jaisalmer is what makes their romantic life stunning and lively. The couples of this era have bid adieu to the old-fashioned tradition where the couple could meet their partner only after the wedding. But now the couples have embraced the idea of pre wedding photoshoot during which the to-be-wed couples get themselves documented in different romantic styles.
Studio RGB recently had an opportunity to captivate some mesmerizing pictures of Harsh and Ridhi at a pre wedding photoshoot in the heart of Thar Desert, Jaisalmer. The horizon above the sand dunes, skyline of castles and hilltop citadel made the photoshoot more extravagant and vivacious.
The best part of this shoot was that the team of Studio RGB had to execute every creative skill they knew, every style they had learned and every theme they were aware of to make the photo session the testimony of love for the couple.
As the shoot lasted for days, pre wedding photographers experimented with different styles throughout the photo session. For example, golden hour photography, moonlight photography, desert photography and many more.
Since the couple desired to get clicked with the backdrop of historical monuments and old intriguing pavilions alongside the gigantic and beautiful camels and the golden magical sunset, the couple had a wondrous time in the Golden City.
The pictures can beautifully narrate the story of the duet. The main purpose of the pre wedding photoshoot is to narrate the beautiful journey of the couple before they embark on the new chapter of their life as husband and wife. It helps them store their shared passion, common interests and above all the shared love and emotions for each other.
Since the couple had a common interest for safaris and love for bikes, the couple was shot in different styles during their adventurous and tendentious expedition.
This pre wedding photoshoot in Jaisalmer is shot with utmost perfection and candidacy, let us know what you think about their journey and the style of photography?