Weddings In India
Arjun Kartha views his success as a photographer pursuing weddings in India to more than being at the right place and at the right time. While his journey began as an engineer, he then pivoted into advertising and marketing. It was there that he saw first hand how photographers worked; how they dealt with clients and presented their work.
Arjun and his wife Praerna are wedding photographers based in Delhi, India.
Arjun will be speaking at SILK INSPIRE, India’s premier wedding photography festival, from October 6th through October 10th, in Goa, India. While he hasn’t nailed down his topic, he promises to share his experiences as a wedding photographer from the Indian context.
What’s important, for Arjun, is that Indian wedding photographers adapt the information they glean from speakers or teachers, either at the wedding festival or through online courses, to their own situation in India.
Register To Attend SILK INSPIRE
Want to find out more about their approach to weddings in India? Register and come to SILK INSPIRE, in October of this year.
Finally, who else is speaking at SILK INSPIRE 2017? Here’s who: Andrea Corsi, Jen Huang, Jeff Newsom, Sergey Ivanov, Juya Gentil, Zack Arias, Brian Callaway, Sephi Bergerson and me!
Success Comes With Work
Listen folks, Arjun Kartha Photography on Facebook has nearly 200,000 likes! How did Arjun and Praerna do it? Seems like their solid work ethic, being the founder of the Wedding Photographers Association of India, knowledge of SEO and an engaging and inquisitive personality all played a part in their success.
For more about Arjun, be sure to visit the SILK INSPIRE blog as well.
Really inspiring to listen to arjun speak !!
Naveen Kumar says
A very good topic and I have to agree with this because wedding that are happening in India must be at the right place and should start at the right time. There shouldn’t be any delay in your marriage because people will be awaiting to see you in colorful costumes so make sure everything is pre planned before the marriage function begins.