All lists are subjective of course, but on some we are happy to be. BRIDES magazine is one of the leading wedding magazines in the world, a part of the worldwide magazine publishing company Condé Nast, known for their provocative, influential and award winning content. If you find yourself on one of their lists it means you are in a very good place. Being on such a list of only ten recommended destination wedding photographers from around the world does not mean that there are no other great wedding photographers out there, but it could possibly mean that you are somewhere on top of the list.
Wedding Photojournalist based in India
BRIDES magazine is designed to be a resource for brides-to-be, with many photographs and articles on wedding dresses, cakes, ceremonies, receptions and honeymoons. The May 2011 issue of the UK magazine will include a special CD-ROM with an inspiring directory of high-quality products and services – all included to help you plan for your special day and honeymoon/wedding abroad. The directories are broken down into categories that include cakes, catering, fashion, florists, jewelery, venues and of course photographers who are willing to travel around the world to cover destination weddings in locations ranging from an island in the pacific to the deserts of Arabia. I hereby allow myself to shamelessly boast and say that I am happy and honored to be the only photographer from India and south Asia listed in this directory.
Sephi Bergerson is an award winning documentary and lifestyle photographer with more than twenty years of experience. Working on his book on traditional weddings in modern India, Sephi has arguably witnessed and documented a larger variety of Indian weddings than any other person on earth.
Are you planing a palace wedding in India, an Indian wedding in Africa or a destination wedding in Thailand? Are you looking for a wedding photojournalist to document your special day in the Maldives,or Mauritius? Sephi has been based in India since 2002 and has traveled extensively in and around the subcontinent. He has easy access to all destinations in Africa, south east Asia and of course India and the Indian ocean and will be happy to travel anywhere in the world.