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At the age of 12, RJ picked up his parents’ old manual Nikon and started photographing everything in sight. Soon after, he was given his first camera, and he hasn’t stopped shooting since. That gift was the beginning of a passionate photography career in which he has shot a wide variety of people, events and locations: weddings, mayors, food, hotels, restaurants, chefs, World Series celebrations, football and much more. Since discovering that first camera, RJ attended the Asian school of media studies in New Delhi, India where he completed a Bachelor’s in Film and Television . He has also continued his education at New York Film Academy {Hollywood}. RJ professional career began at Preet Video production (New Delhi) where he learned the art of capturing moments with precision, passion, creativity and speed. He has taken that knowledge into every photo shoot since. Above all, RJ believes in meeting each individual client’s specific photography needs. He gets to know you on a personal level so that his photography reflects your personality and style. Whether it’s a wedding reception or a corporate portrait session, RJ’s skill and talent will provide you with stunning photos. When he isn’t photographing for clients, he is photographing for fun. That’s what makes RJ different, he truly loves the field. Whether it’s capturing a day of wakeboarding at the lake or photographing his famous homemade pancakes, RJ always has a camera by his side. Hang Out at Google +

[dropcap1]RJ[/dropcap1] Wedding Photography is committed to creating beautiful imagery from a creative and technical standpoint. Creatively, RJ was trained in both art Digital photography and Film. His understanding and fusion of these two styles results in beautiful timeless images. RJ’s photography career began on film, which demands a precise understanding of light, exposure, speed, and an acute eye…

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Quinceaneras Package Pricing   [dropcap2]1[/dropcap2] Quinceañera Silver Package $550   One Photographer You receive a minimum of 25 finished 4×6 prints in color Photos on DVD (to view on a computer and order prints) Canvas Gallery Wrapped 16×24 Wall Portrait Four Hours Coverage ( Six Hours $695, All Day $895) [dropcap2]2[/dropcap2] Quinceañera Gold Package $895   One Photographer You…

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[dropcap1]RJ[/dropcap1] Wedding Photography is committed to creating beautiful imagery from a creative and technical standpoint. Creatively, RJ was trained in both art Digital photography and Film. His understanding and fusion of these two styles results in beautiful timeless images. RJ’s photography career began on film, which demands a precise understanding of light, exposure, speed, and an acute eye…

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In 1970, Edwin Land, the founder of Polaroid and the inventor of the instant camera, stood before a movie crew in a brand-new, empty factory, laying out the idea he had been cultivating for the preceding 25 years. Though his name is largely forgotten today, Land had a surprisingly prescient view of the future. “We…

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What I mean with how you see a photo, well have you ever seen something and think “Wow, that would be a cool photo”, Then when you take the shot it doesn’t look anything like what you had in mind. When you see a photo in your mind try and put it in the frame of your…

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