Shooting Sikh Weddings - Chura Ceremony Bridal Portraits Part 4 | The Photographer Academy

Shooting Sikh Weddings - Chura Ceremony Bridal Portraits Part 4

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We Join Tarlochen on a real client three day Sikh wedding, as he shares his in-depth knowledge of the religious and cultural traditions.

With 20 years experience and being a Sikh himself, Tarlochen has vast knowledge of shooting Sikh weddings. Lucky for us Tarlochen wants to share this knowledge, allowing anyone to break into the Sikh wedding market. After a few hours rest and recharging of batteries we join back up with the bride’s family at the venue for the Choora Ceremony. While he waits for the guests to arrive, Tarlochen explains the meaning of the ceremony and the key elements that need to be captured. Then just before the final guests arrive and the ceremony begins Tarlochen captures a variety of Bridal portraits.

Equipment:  Canon XF105, Canon 5D MkII, Canon 5D MkIII, Canon 24-105mm f4 x2,