Charcoal & Vermillion is a popular wedding photography that has been making a difference in the wedding industry. C&V was incepted in the year 2017 by Avismita and Debarshi.
This team of photographers loves to click the joyous chaos during the wedding ceremonies of a person's life and deliver them in a format that the couple and their future generations can look back at and rejoice.
Brides always want to look best and gorgeous in snaps. Whenever or anytime you ask girls, they are always ready for photoshoot. We bring you some cool and trendy ideas for bridal portrait photoshoot. Portrait shoots, if you see are kinds of regal shots which Maharajas in old time got shot of, often including queens, families and all.
The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched - they must be felt with the heart. Photographs speak louder than words. Wedding rituals and ceremonies are so close to us. They are warm and full of love. Here are some of our favorite images from across the years to show our style of photography.
We always love to listen to the different stories and search for the right place for the shooting. In my eyes, the most important thing is trying to capture authentic moments and the magic between the couple. For us, it's always a great honor to immortalize the intimacy of a couple and to frame the warmth of true love.
At its very essence, timeless wedding photography is photography that is not affected by the passage of time or changes in trends just as it had on the day you first saw it, it should continue to look fresh and current for many years into the future.
One of the favorite ceremonies for coverage. It is so intimate surrounded by the loved ones that means the most to you on your wedding day. Haldi is one function that the family and friends enjoy much much more than the Bride and Groom! as those are lifetime moments .
Use of photojournalistic approach in wedding is our favourite approach and specialty, and it’s also the term I predominantly use to describe our work style. The ability to tell a story using photography is what promotes candid pictures to true photojournalistic wedding photography.