Life of a Wedding Photographer – By Prakash Tilokani

Prakash Tilokani

Life of a Wedding Photographer

A very interesting and insightful post by ace Wedding Photographer Mr. Prakash Tilokani

Forget to celebrate weekends -
Most of the functions are celebrated on weekends…

Never enjoy festivals -
You are under pressure of editing and deliveries…

Can’t take a long family vacation -
Mostly wedding season and the school vacations clash…

Even in monsoon can’t plan a long vacation -
Client meetings for next season are going on…

Can’t follow any routine or regular activity –
Life is uncertain…

You are never available to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries or social events of your loved ones -
Your client has first priority to book your dates…

No matter how intellectually sound, sophisticated, committed and good at your art -
You are still considered as a wedding photographer…

If you are open for all these sacrifices,
You will be loved one in this industry

-     Prakash Tilokani

Ever since he was a child, Mr. Tilokani was interested in photography. Initially what began as a hobby, today it has become a full time profession. Wedding, Life Style, Portraits and Architectural Photography are his subjects of interests. In his own words, “Wedding Photography is a combination of consulting, planning and photographic skills. Along with this, one needs a wedding photographer with superb social skills to entice the very best from his subject!”

Mr. Prakash Tilokani has won 22 national and international photography awards including two times Gold medal in Asahi Shimbun International Photo Salon held at Japan. More about him and his work available here.

 

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