Khilna and Rush actually traveled from South Africa to have their three-day Indian wedding in Kenya on Diani beach, south of Mombasa. It was the beginning of the rainy season and the view towards the beach from Mzima house, where the wedding was to take place, were simply stunning. White sand and blue turquoise water works very well with heavy clouds above. The coral reef, I learned from my quick encounter with the boat guys on my first walk along the beach, was not too far away. It didn’t take much convincing to get the newly weds on a little wooden boat wearing their lengha and sherwani for an amazing photo shoot. Brave guys. I am not sure an Indian wedding attire is the best costume to soak in water but we sure did come out with some super fun shots. Surely an experience to remember.
Kenya Wedding Photographer
I’ve been wanting to go to Africa ever since I was a child but somehow ended up in India. If it wasn’t for this wedding my dream would have probably waited a little longer, althoughI’m actually going again in a few days, this time to Tanzania. I hope this is a sign for the future. Khilna and Rush, it was a great first time in Africa for me. Thank you for having me with you on your special day. We do have some fantastic memories together.
Wedding Photographer Kenya ~ Sephi Bergerson is an international wedding photographer based in India since 2002 and is available for Indian wedding photography, destination wedding photography in India and is also happy to travel for wedding photography in Kenya, Tanzania, Mauritius, Maldives, Thailand and Sri Lanka.
great pics and even better to hear from you-it was fun working with you too!
Amazing shots. Was going through all your post processing articles. Thanks and nice to know. Interested in attending your workshop if there is a scheduled one in Bangalore.
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