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Planning a Wedding from a Photographer’s point of view

So you are planning your big day and starting to pick out the flowers, the dress, and the location… but don’t forget about photographs. And we are not just talking about choosing a photographer. Here are six pieces of advice we’ve learned at AAcreation.com to help make sure  you get the BEST out of…

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I was interviewed by Shawna from Maharani Weddings, take a look

Perfect Pictures When I was planning my wedding, a lot of people aid to me, Why are you spending so much time/money/energy on one day of your life? And, I said to them, Well, the pictures last forever. And, you know what? I was right! Wedding photographs are handed down from generation to generation, and…

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Why You Should Spend Big Money On A Good Wedding Photographer – thesaricladbride

There are many parts that go into creating the perfect wedding such as the venue location, the dress, the catering services and decorations that cost a lot of money, but one part that should not be forgotten is spending big money on an impeccable wedding photographer. While it is partly true that anyone can pick…

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Qasim & Saana South Asian Wedding Reception at Fremont Marriott California

So we were in San Jose over the weekend photographing Qasim and Saana’s wedding reception. A big thanks to Shabib and Nadia Sheikh for telling Qasim about our photography. This was our first event for 2009 and we had a blast. Here are some pictures from the event while we finish up the proofs. Qasim…

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  • Calvina - wow…you work fast my friend! it was really wonderful working with you, i’m so happy that we’re able to help each other out! these look amazing!ReplyCancel

    • admin - Thanks Calvina yeah we will see you July again for sure..ReplyCancel

  • Yong Studio - What a beautiful couple and wonderful pictures! Love the mood you captured and the last shot is so cool. It was a pleasure working with you.ReplyCancel

  • farhanabaig - these turned out amazing!! hope to see you guys in the future! my favorite is the one of qasim looking over his shoulder at her face 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Amy Patel - All of these pictures are ABSOLUTELY amazing! The bride is gorgeous and the way the photos capture her elegance is very artistic, I love it! The last picture of the group is beautifully captured in the moment.ReplyCancel

  • Destination Wedding Photographer- Capturing a Dream Vacation » AAcreation Blog - […] is key. An important part of the wedding is deciding on the location. Some choose to have their wedding locally, while other brides and grooms decide to go somewhere exotic to have a “destination […]ReplyCancel

  • Nazish - i really loved the couple. one of the best pictures, couple, jewelry, wedding n all 🙂ReplyCancel

  • MUHAMMAD QASIM - i really loved the couple. one of the best pictures, couple, jewelry, wedding n allReplyCancel

Indesign Tips

http://www.irisbook.ca/tutorials/IndesignTips.mov Check out the above video for some cool album designing tips with InDesign.

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