Big Fat Indian Wedding Shot with an iPhone Camera – Brilliant Work!

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Big Fat Indian Wedding Shot with iPhone Camera – Brilliant Work!

If you don’t have an expensive camera, you probably don’t need one. This Big Fat Indian Wedding shot with an Apple Iphone 6s Plus is an example some brilliant work. A genuine photographer is the one who never depend on gear for everything. Photography is not dependent on of the devices, it is the technique and art of the photographer which matters. All you need is creativity, not expensive gear. Brilliant work! Kudos to the photographer!

So photography in the near future will all be smartphones, fish lens, and drones? Why use a DSLR when you can shoot with an iPhone? This goes to show that the bigger and better the camera someone has does not make them a photographer. A photographer can use anything that captures images to get amazing pictures. Though I love holding that DSLR baby but his points are valid.

The photographer Sephi Bergerson always had in mind to shoot and edit the entire wedding using his apple iphone however his long luring dream only came true when he met Ayushi and Abhishek Udaipur in Rajasthan who were there for their 3 days Big Fat Indian wedding. Sephi says, “I don’t put the iPhone to the eye, so I don’t block eye contact with the subject.”

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Now iPhone is enough for wedding shot, fantastic wedding shots!! Many photographers dreams to experiment a wedding shoot and they wish that their clients have guts to try this.

Now this is for people like me who still doubt on why the iPhone lovers love their phone so much or as someone suggested that after buying iPhone 6s Plus the photographer ran out of money to buy a Digital single lens reflex camera. Though there’s quite a few more than capable phones these days which has a good camera, one can even try them too.

To those who’ve been suggesting me to go professional, guess it’s time to ponder over the idea. Put your smart phones into some good use, iPhone holders, are you listening?

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