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Post Wedding


The real bonding between a newly-wed couple takes place after the ceremony is over and the last guest has left. Take beautiful and mesmerizing shots of the couple together - holding hands, walking in some beautiful place or just sitting close to each other sharing a memorable time - with the post-wedding shoot. It keeps the newness of your love alive post wedding shoots breaks the monotony and create a cool mind of life and adds charm. It is like getting into an activity over the weekend and enjoy greatly the time spend posing or just like that. Your lovely bond grows deep and deep as you see. The post-wedding videos and pictures time and again Post wedding shoots give you many reasons to cherish the memories a years ago, like a flip through the album the pictures do the talking. So post-wedding is a keepsake.........

  • Close Up
  • Long Shot
  • Extreme Long Shot
  • Two Shot
  • Three Shot
  • Pov Shot
  • Eye Level
  • low Angle
  • High Angle
  • Top Angle
  • OTS(Over The Shoulders)
  • Pan and Tilt
  • Track, Dolly or Crane
  • Zoom
  • Random Motion
  • 360-Degree
  • Dolly Zoom(Vertigo) Shot
  • Single Take

Wayanad is a village in Wayanad district in the northeastern state of Kerala. In the east, the Wildlife Sanctuary in Wayanad has very high territories. Asian elephants, tigers, leopards, and Igaretes. In the Ambukkitta hills in the south, the Edakkal Caves contain ancient petroglyphs.

Kalpetta is a town within the mountainous Wayanad region of Kerala, South India. It’s a gateway to the trails of lofty Chembra peak and to Neelimala viewpoint, which overlooks waterfalls and forested valleys. North of the metropolis, the traditional, Dravidian-fashion Ananthanatha Swami Jain Temple is perched on a hilltop surrounded by means of espresso plantations. To the southeast, Meppadi is a scenic village with lush tea estates.

Mananthavady is a municipality and taluk in the Wayanad district of Kerala, India.The town is located on the banks of Mananthavady River, a tributary of the Kabini River. Mananthavady has been referred to as "Hosenkadi" in a dictum scribbled under a copper artefact found at the Ananthanathaswamy Temple at Varadoor