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Govinda Rumi

Govinda

Wedding, Destination

You can consider me an intrepid photographer and traveler. For me that means no holds barred, always pushing boundaries of what’s possible and imaginable, combined with digging deep into my passion for discoveries and experimentations.

People say I have a keen eye for details, uncanny instinct and impeccable timing. And being a fearless photographer, I’m not afraid to foray into uncharted territories and dive into impossible angles.

I think my so-called ‘success’ as a wedding photographer lies in they way I treat photography as a world of subtle and indefinite layers and dimensions filled with infinite shapes, forms and hues; each and together a story or stories in the making. Also, I take pictures everyday, to hone and grow my skill repertoire. It’s my way of renewing and replenishing my soul.

If you want to be a great photographer, you have to take pictures EVERYday, religiously, without exception; whether you`re on the job or not,whether you are holding a high-end professional camera or a lowly smartphone.” - Govinda Rumi -

I thrive on creating things that are fun, educational and soul enriching, which I can then share with others. Whatever I create I execute with meticulous attention to details, and whenever possible, infuse it with childlike innocence and enthusiasm. I feel these two elements are missing in a world that forces us to grow up too quickly.

Witnessing people’s enthusiasm and joy burst through their eyes and smiles gives me a big dose of happiness.

Govinda Rumi

Govinda

Wedding, Destination

You can consider me an intrepid photographer and traveler. For me that means no holds barred, always pushing boundaries of what’s possible and imaginable, combined with digging deep into my passion for discoveries and experimentations.

People say I have a keen eye for details, uncanny instinct and impeccable timing. And being a fearless photographer, I’m not afraid to foray into uncharted territories and dive into impossible angles.

I think my so-called ‘success’ as a wedding photographer lies in they way I treat photography as a world of subtle and indefinite layers and dimensions filled with infinite shapes, forms and hues; each and together a story or stories in the making. Also, I take pictures everyday, to hone and grow my skill repertoire. It’s my way of renewing and replenishing my soul.

If you want to be a great photographer, you have to take pictures EVERYday, religiously, without exception; whether you`re on the job or not,whether you are holding a high-end professional camera or a lowly smartphone.” - Govinda Rumi -

I thrive on creating things that are fun, educational and soul enriching, which I can then share with others. Whatever I create I execute with meticulous attention to details, and whenever possible, infuse it with childlike innocence and enthusiasm. I feel these two elements are missing in a world that forces us to grow up too quickly.

Witnessing people’s enthusiasm and joy burst through their eyes and smiles gives me a big dose of happiness.