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Muslim Wedding Photography


Wedding is an important a part of muslim tradition and are mandated by the Holy Quran together of the first duties of a Muslim. A Muslim Wedding Ceremony is referred to as Nikaah. A muslim marriage ceremony is known as 'Nikaah'. It's a wonderful agreement between the bride and also the groom to spend the remainder of their lives along happily. A typical Muslim wedding is characterized by a lot of color and joviality. Men and women wearing their traditional dress gather along to celebrate the marriage with a lot of zeal and enthusiasm. Traditional muslim wedding ceremony that are a unique mix of traditional muslim customs additionally as adapting the pre-existing rituals of the multi-cultural Indian sub-continent.

We at Camrin Films in Kerala quietly & non-intrusively approach capturing the special moments as they unfold. We use this discreet photography vogue to make a photographic storyboard of your day, highlight each moments you remember and moments you lost. Every Muslim bride has totally different ideas on what's most significant for her on the wedding-day. The foremost necessary factor that we tend to do is – we listen. This helps us to create best that we deliver specifically what you most wish on the wedding-Day!

  • Couple Poses – The Royal Shot!
  • Funny Melodramatic Moments!
  • Its Black. Its White!
  • A Walk to Remember – The ‘Chal Mere Saath’ Shot!
  • The ‘Can’t Wait to be with You’ shot!
  • Romancing the Rains!
  • The ‘I’ll take you Home’ shot!
  • A li’l Privacy Please!
  • Couple Swag!
  • That ‘Catching a Few Moments Together’ shot!
  • Status Update!
  • Wedding Vows!
  • Your First Dance!
  • The Essential ‘Just Married’ Shot!
  • The First Kiss!
Kerala is the tropical Malabar Coast of India, about 600 km from the Arabian sea coast. The place is full of seaside slopes and lakes. Inland Western Ghats, mountains, tea, coffee, spices, and wildlife are the major tourist attractions. There are elephants, langurs and tigers in the national parks such as ewari, purayer, wayanad and other sanctuaries.