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This Thursday’s #hitchedtip is about a mismatched number in your wedding party. YES it is perfectly okay to have an uneven number of bridesmaids and groomsmen! I firmly believe in the #konmarimethod of only surrounding yourself with what brings you joy. That means don’t just pick people to stand by your side for the symmetry of it; they should be people you truly want there with you! When wedding parties are uneven, we know our couple put thought into every single person standing by their side and we love the asymmetrical look even more!
Although this photograph is of a real moment; waiting for the bride's mother to come to help do up the dress, the room was staged. As a photographer I am hired for how I tell a story and this moment would have been riddled with distractions. I removed the corner chair, a side table and lamp to allow for more space for the bride to get ready. Take the time to observe the space and remove distractions if they are too difficult to remove in post.
This gorgeous day is on the journal, link in profile xo
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The Wedding | R.Saravanan ❤ A.Jasbir Kaur | Feb 2020
These cuties had a stellar session and it shows. ✨
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This photo, this insanely kind and loving couple, this incredible job of mine.
I could go on and on, but I'll try to keep it short. After I checked another task off my to-dos yesterday morning, I took a quick break to just sit and reflect for a minute. I had just finished reviewing my yearly audit of 2019 and I couldn't help but feel like I needed to share this.
Many of you know my story, what it is that I do for a living, and even sometimes see how I do it, but what you don't see is the WHY behind all of it.
A little over three years ago, I bought a camera. quit my corporate job a year later, and have been a full-time business owner since then. But WHY I decided to buy a random camera goes beyond the desire for another creative outlet.
I wanted to be successful and I wanted it to be on my terms. I wanted to be freed from climbing the corporate ladder, I wanted to no longer be tied to a desk 50 or more hours a week, and at the end of the day I truly just wanted to be home more and spend more time with my family.
And so I did. I quit my secure corporate job and went all in with my own business. Without a huge savings or perfect credit. Without a ton of knowledge of photography. Without finishing my Finance degree. And without a solid plan B.
That was only a little over two years ago, friends. And I sat feeling an overwhelming gratitude yesterday as I realized that in 2019 I tripled my corporate salary.
Part of me feels like I shouldn't tell you that and that it's unprofessional to discuss money. And the other part of me tells me I have to. I have to, because it may encourage just ONE of YOU to take the leap you've been wanting to take for a long time now.
And now I'm crying. And that's my story.