Today, I am starting a new series on the blog - Kolkata Konnect - for my readers to know my city a little more, its places, its people, things to do and things to love.
This is my endeavour to put Kolkata out there on the "happening cities of India" map - an endeavour to break some myths and surprise you with some of the coolest stuff that you'll find in this multi-cultural city of mine.
Whoever has been following this blog for quite some time now, knows my love and passion for photography...........so I couldn't think of a better way to start this new series than with a review of a photography studio that I had the privilege of visiting recently.
Studio Pomegranate (interesting name, no?) is a one-stop solution for all photography needs, located in the heart of the city. Established in 2009, Studio Pomegrante has come a long way, now having two studio spaces - one in Wood Street and one in Shakespeare Sarani.
They cover a vast area of photographic needs right from portraits and family albums to fashion and lifestyle photography to e-commerce product shoots. The dedicated team at Studio Pomegranate, not only excels in behind-the-camera skills, but also provides services such as high-end scanning, archiving, archival giclee printing and even photography workshops.
Studio Pomegranate is a name synonymous with quality and good work, so the team does not even hesitate to refuse a project if they think they can't dedicate enough time to it. For them, the high standards of work and the brand reputation comes above everything else.
Check out their work at www.studiopomegranate.in and get ready to be mesmerized by the vast subjects they cover and the brilliant outcome they deliver every time!
Follow Studio Pomegranate on Facebook and Instagram to stay updated about their fun projects and amazing work.
|A glimpse at their workplace|
|Frames from various projects|
|Nothing can make me smile more than a camera aimed at me! :D|
Photo courtesy: Debiparna
|The final shot!|
Photo courtesy: Studio Pomegranate
[Sari: Straavi | Blouse: Howrah Bridge | Pearl necklace: New Market, Kolkata | Wooden bangle: Kamala, Kolkata | On my lips: Peach Crush, Colorbar]
Many of you might be thinking whyever I went to visit a studio wearing a sari.
Well, the invite to the Studio (which mentioned a photoshoot as part of the event) urged us to "be yourself" and I couldn't find anything better than a sari that went so well with my 'just-married' look! :)
What do you all think of my "newly-wed-Indian-woman" avatar???
So now you know where to head for the next family photoshoot or product photography or even if you yourself want to learn the ropes at one of their photography workshops.
I'll be back with my wedding post soon!
Till then, stay stylish!