The most difficult part of Traditional Indian Wedding Ceremony is having to capture the White Balance, of the image, the motion as well as the expression of each and every subject during a wedding event. If you notice the wedding hall, "orange light" was used rather than white as orange creates the romantic ambience but it will be a problem for most camera users. Canon cameras will produce the worst color results but Nikon cameras did improve on the white balance issues lately for a few of its camera models but it still do not produce the same results as what shown in this wedding images below.
So for photographers out there, wedding photography is not about "technology", "full frame cameras" or knowing "how to use snap an image" but its about the "right moment", the "exposure" and the "skill + knowledge" of handling the camera. Of course, this comes with experience. End of the day, it still boils down to "colors", the perfection of "white balance". That is why most of our readers seldom see Black and White images produced by www.mwpstudio.com. Colors is what brings "life and happiness" to an image. Black and White or Sepia tones will produce the mood but if you use too much of these Black + White/Sepia color tones, then you definitely have big problem with White Balance with the photographer.
All images below are produced by two 4-year old cameras and that helped me to win 27 international professional wedding photography awards within 2 years. Hope all of you who visits my web blog would enjoy the every moment produced by my work. Enjoy!