Weaving Stories: Kishor Krishnamoorthi

A photographer is the person who helps you lock your memories forever – be it a wedding or a baby’s first birthday. The wedding season is round the corner, and it’s that time, when everyone’s looking for someone to capture their special moments.

Weddings are for life, and it is only fair to have the best one photographing your wedding day memories. In order to help you find the right wedding photographer, we’ve put together some of the best ones in the city, for you to know them better.

Candid or traditional – these are the guys who will make it happen by executing your vision.

Browse through our wedding photographer directory and make sure to choose a wedding photographer that you ‘click’ with – after all they will be capturing some of the biggest moments of your life.

If you have already hired your wedding photographer, then you are remarkably fortunate, but if you are still looking for the best, then here is the list to choose from. Read on to know them…

By Anahita Ahuja

Kishor Krishnamoorthi, founder Kishor Krishnamoorthi Photography 

How did you get into this field?

I started photography during my school days at Hyderabad Public School where I was the editor of the school newsletter. This developed into a part-time job at University in the UK. Once I moved back to India 5 years ago, I started to explore photography as a full time career. What started out as capturing the wedding of a friend in 2012 has become my primary profession today.

Tell us about your primary style?

Capturing the moments of the wedding day as they go on without interrupting the proceedings. I want the couple to enjoy the experience of getting married and treasure every single moment. And of course, it is vital to cover all the important members of the family.

What is that one thing you are tired of hearing?

Honestly, while some questions/phrases might feel repetitive, I understand that it is a new experience for every couple so I always patiently answer all queries to ensure that there is no communication gap.

What is your favourite part of the wedding?

Every wedding has a few moments when emotions run high and capturing them at the right instant is both challenging and exciting. The muhurtam is one such moment and the send off is another.

Your favourite equipment?

I have been a loyal user of Canon for the past decade and plan to use them for the foreseeable future. Having been a regular user of the camera, the controls of it are second nature to me and helps me work faster. I have a Canon 5D Mk IV along with a range of prime lenses.

What advice would you give to couples looking for a wedding photographer?

Communication is key. Make sure that you understand the style of the photographer and he/she understands your expectations.

If there was one place in the world you would love to capture a wedding where would it be and why?

I would love to cover a small an intimate wedding in a private island. A secluded atmosphere while surrounded by close family and friends would lead to truly relaxed and candid moments to capture.

What is the best and worst moment you have had as a wedding photographer?

Best moment is always when the couple is immensely happy with the photos, and even though it happens often, it feels really good to have been a productive part of someone’s special day. Worst moment is when I once accidentally dropped a really expensive lens during a Sangeet ceremony.

Contact:

Ph: 9908228822

Mail: [email protected]

Website: www.krishnamoorthi.com

Facebook page- https://www.facebook.com/kishorkrishnamoorthi.photography/