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Pragya + Abhishek Kapoor (Lifestyle Family Portrait Session)

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Pragya + Abhishek Kapoor (Lifestyle Family Portrait Session)

Introducing the “Lifestyle Family Portrait Session”, where the moments shared between the family are captured. These sessions absolutely have no props involved and all we can see is just pure love and bonding of the kids along with their parents and family. Do take a look at one such session we recently had with P and A along with their kids. Shot at their residence, this shoot was definitely a pure bliss!

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Nishka +Dhruv (Lifestyle Newborn Session)

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Nishka +Dhruv (Lifestyle Newborn Session)

Introducing the “Lifestyle Newborn Sessions”, where all the moments between the newborn and parents are captured. These sessions absolutely have no props involved and all we can see is just pure love between the newborn and family. Do take a look at one such session we recently had with N and D and their darling daughter. Shot at their residence, this shoot was definitely pure bliss!

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The Shades of Summer Collection By Indie Project-Commercial Shoot

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The Shades of Summer Collection By Indie Project-Commercial Shoot

So excited to have done my shoot with the Indieproject store! Here’s a peak into their “Shades of Summer” line. This one was multiple kids and was definitely not an easy feat. But was a whole lot of fun and it completely shows in these images below. Do take a look!

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Sheetal and Robin's Maternity Portrait Session

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Sheetal and Robin's Maternity Portrait Session

It was much fun to work with this celebrity couple! S is so full of energy even on her way to motherhood and to match up with her was a complete different story all together. Here is a peak to the start of a new role in their life! 

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 Maternity session with pets!

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Maternity session with pets!

When mommy S emailed me for a shoot, she didn't mention her adorable pets at first. Only closer to the date did I know that she has two adorable shitzus. Now I don't have the same amount of experience with pets as I do with babies but little did I realise they're the same as little toddlers who want to be around their parents at most times. 

I very boldly suggested that we split the shoot with expecting mom + dad first, and then include her pets. And as most pet owners would already know, they refused to keep any distance. They would wander and find a comfortable spot in every frame of mine. All I had to do was adapt, get their attention too and voila! Every image was personalised beautifully :) What made this a whole lot easier was that this couple was extremely comfortable in front of the camera, making up for all the magic ingredients these image contain :)

As expected, every image had multiple subjects bringing so much life to them and of course, Love! The more shoots I do with pets, the more I want them in my frame. They're crazy, unpredictable and absolutely adorable just like my babies!!  

What excites me more is when her baby Boy is all grown up and is interacting with her pets - now that's gonna be a whole lotta love to deal with.

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C + A's Maternity shoot

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C + A's Maternity shoot

I'm definitely going to be more than biased blogging about my two best friends and their little one that's almoostttt here!!

Keeping this real, simple and true to who they are, we did the shoot indoors in their cosy home, with their first child Waffle. Being artists, they were extremely comfortable posing albeit the posed images I convinced them to do. 
Indoor shoots have a certain charm that stays personal to you, your family and is timeless. Its beautiful to enter people's homes and capture them in their familiar surroundings that define their 'real' personality and comfort. And hey, put a baby or two in the frame and am sorted!

P.s. Cannot wait to see their tiny human anytime now! <3

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Sakshi + Shiksha - Capturing twins

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Sakshi + Shiksha - Capturing twins

The moment I hear 'twins', my eyes light up like one of my 2-year old toddler clients seeing bubbles gush out of my bubble-gun.

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