It’s all about ease. It’s not stress, it’s comfort. It isn’t faking a friendship, it’s having a friend. It’s how you remember the silly little jokes and the “remember when”s, as if they were years ago. Love isn’t stress, no. It’s when you have to break eye contact because the red flush in your cheeks will give you away. It’s support in times of need. It’s laughter on a bad day. Love is remembering someone at every moment, even the moments between your heart beats. I’m no love expert, but that’s what I like to think love is.
It seems like time froze for a moment. One look, one laugh, and all of the problems silenced themselves out of respect for this moment. Imagine the pouring rain, shrieking laughs, and happiness plastered on the faces of the ones you love - how could you not have a moment of silence as well? // Blessings for this beautiful couple.
Life is all just one long bollywood moment if you think about it
I love setting a bar for myself. Shooting street is definitely a passion of mine, apart from what most people might think. Don’t get me wrong, weddings are great and all mA, but being able to do what I want to do without having to deliver to the person I’m shooting is liberating. No expectations. Just imagination, composition, and a lot of yelling. I want to be good at all types of photo, I mean, there’s so much to learn and so much to perfect but hey, I’m here for the long haul. Being a girl, there’s a lot of expectations and a lot of criticism, but alhamdulillah I like to think that Allah SWT gave me photography as a gift (as sappy as that sounds). Some people might have a few not-so-nice things to say, but I don’t mind. Imma keep thanking God for putting all this in my lap, alhamdulillah. // thanks @momokhan33
for not being freaked out during our first shoot together. more to come iA
Sometimes the most important thing in compatibility with someone is their ability to make you laugh. It’s simple and true. Let’s spend the rest of our lives laughing together 💕
Always the little moments in a wedding that make up the atmosphere. To be honest, wedding photography for me is not about perfect lighting and counting how many shots you’ve taken out of fear that your flashes will die out for the night. People see fancy equipment and think that that alone equates to what it means to be a good photographer. For me, it’s about looking through the lens, and getting it even if it’s not perfect. Forget about the gear, the posed pictures. It’s moments like these that are the most important.