• Sony A7sII – TWF Tutorial

    May 27, 2017

    A storyteller’s most important instrument for making a film is the camera. It translates the thought on screen and hugely affects how powerful the narrative can be. Good ideas sometimes go unnoticed because they are badly told; and there is nothing more pitiful for an artist than not having his vision unfold the way he…

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  • Radhika & Vishal’s Sangeet

    April 28, 2017

    If Indian weddings had to have a highlight, it would be the Sangeet night. Of all ceremonies, this is the one where most efforts are invested. Weeks of preparations, dance rehearsals, choosing that perfect outfit and the thrill of performing for the family all come together. As a ceremony, sangeets were traditionally held a night…

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  • Kiran & Sumir’s Baraat

    April 14, 2017

    A Hindu wedding usually takes place over the course of a few days and undoubtedly one of the most fun traditions is the Baraat. The dhol and dancing only adds to the already high spirits on the last day of the celebrations. In this edition of TWF Fridays, watch Kiran and Sumir’s colourful Baraat as…

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  • Dive More

    April 12, 2017

    What happens when you take a camera built to shoot weddings 30 meters underwater? We recently took the Sony RX100V along with a Sony Underwater Housing and no lights just to test the limits of this camera. It is interesting to play around with HFR in a world that’s already in slow motion. Because of…

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  • Meera & Meeraj’s After-party

    March 31, 2017

    Describing a wedding can be a difficult thing. There are only so many words you can stitch together to do justice to the awesomeness that was a marriage! I often fall short of things to say, which is why we let our films do the talking. But when it comes to after-parties, there’s one word…

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  • Onkar & Damneet’s Mehendi Sequence

    March 24, 2017

    2015 in Nairobi is where Onkar & Damneet made the eternal promise to each other. In keeping with the traditions of a Sikh wedding, they had a ‘Jaago’ night clubbed with the wedding mehandi celebrations the day before their wedding. ‘Jaago’ literally means wake up and the tradition originates from times when the relatives of…

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  • Bottom of the Sea

    February 2, 2017

    Ask anyone what their dream job is and most of the answers would have the word ‘travel’ somewhere. Having a job that lets you travel is one thing, but to pursue your passion which then takes you to across the globe is a whole other feeling. While we regularly share our wedding trailers with you,…

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  • The Wedding Filmer Journey

    November 11, 2016

    What you want may not always be what you get to do. We have all heard the phrase ‘It’s not the destination, it’s the journey that matters’ much too often. But what about the journey is so appealing? Is it about learning lessons? Getting back up when you fall? Is it the uncertainty of the…

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  • 22 Questions to Neha Sharma

    October 19, 2016

    Over the past six years, we at The Wedding Filmer have grown into a beautiful team of dedicated film makers and globe trotting individuals. To work with us, you need three things in check most of all! One, you have to love films. Two, you have to love weddings. Three…You have to have a heart,…

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