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I'm a creative and modern wedding photographer in Austin, Texas. At Studio Uma, we work like crazy for our brides and grooms to produce gorgeous works of art that stir the soul. We do magic things with light and color. We love modern Indian wedding photography! For more info, email us at uma@umasanghvi.com.

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January 19, 2016

Happy 2o16! Every year I tear my hair out, going through THOUSANDS of images from a year’s worth of weddings to choose my 50 favorites for a ‘best of’ gallery in January. In 2013 we decided to go wild and design an entire digital magazine to showcase my favorite photos from the year. It turned out so well that we decided to do it AGAIN! Because, who needs to sleep, really. Our second annual book is finally here and I’m deee-lighted to share it with you!

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Happy 2o16! Every year I tear my hair out, going through THOUSANDS of images from a year’s worth of weddings to choose my 50 favorites for a ‘best of’ gallery in January. In 2013 we decided to go wild and design an entire digital magazine to showcase my favorite photos from the year. It turned out so well that we decided to do it AGAIN! Because, who needs to sleep, really. Our second annual book is finally here and I’m deee-lighted to share it with you!

The entire book is published online right here and let me know what you think. If you come visit our office, we’ll show you the real thing.

Here are some of my favorite pages from the book —

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A huge shout out to photo editor extraordinaire Greg Lovett for helping to choose the final images. And to Megan Gonzalez of Mae Mae for her design skills.

You can click here to see the entire book in all of it’s glory. Thanks for looking friends.

Wishing you light and love in the new year.

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Uma Sanghvi specializes in creative engagement photography and wedding photojournalism in Austin, Texas.

Uma can be reached at uma@umasanghvi.com and through the Studio Uma website.

 

 

 

 

February 7, 2014

Every year I tear my hair out, going through THOUSANDS of images from a years worth of weddings to choose my 50 favorites for a ‘best of’ gallery in January. It is quite simply a monster undertaking for this indecisive photographer. This year, instead of a blog post I decided to go wild and design an entire digital magazine to showcase my favorite photos from 2013. Because HEY who needs sleep? Seriously. What is this “sleep” you speak of?

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Every year I tear my hair out, going through THOUSANDS of images from a year’s worth of weddings to choose my 50 favorites for a ‘best of’ gallery in January. It is quite simply a monster undertaking for this indecisive photographer. This year, instead of a blog post I decided to go wild and design an entire digital magazine to showcase my favorite photos from 2013. Because HEY who needs sleep? Seriously. What is this “sleep” you speak of?

Six months ago, this magazine was a mere wisp of an idea.

One month ago, it was, well, still just a wispy little wisp. In the past 4 weeks, I’ve made a lot of decisions and thought to myself more than once: ok, this is either going to be amazing or completely suck. Luckily, I had some talented folks on my team. And I’m proud to say that today the first annual Studio Uma Gallery Book is live!!! And happily, I don’t think it sucks.

I’m so excited to share it with you. Check it out <  http://ow.ly/tn3BT > and let me know what you think ♥

 Contemporary portrait of modern bride by editorial style Austin wedding photographer

Best of 2013 wedding gallery graphic by Sturdy Mfg Co. for contemporary wedding photography magazine

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Two creative photos of Indian couples in modern magazine by unique Austin Indian wedding photographer

Indian bride and wedding party in two editorial style pictures by Austin Indian wedding photographer

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Three unique photos of modern Indian bride in magazine by high fashion Austin wedding photographer

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Unique photo of Indian bride by contemporary Austin wedding photographer

Editorial style photo of Austin wedding photographer in modern wedding magazine

 

<<    Click here to see the whole magazine   >>

2013 was a wonderful year filled with amazing clients. And I am truly looking forward to the slate of weddings coming up this year. Many more new friends to be made, thousands of pictures to be taken and love to document.

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As you might have guessed, many smart, talented and patient people helped me make this magazine.

They looked at pictures (some of them looked at THOUSANDS of photos), they copy edited, they photoshopped, they helped me make wardrobe decisions, they took pictures of moi that I actually like (that might be the biggest accomplishment of all), they designed and re-designed and re-designed some more. And they cheerleaded me along the way.

Here “they” are:

Graphic Design: Matt Thompson with Sturdy MFG Co

Photo Editors: Greg Lovett, Mark Edelson, Gary Kirksey, Priya Sanghvi, Chris Hendrix

Photos of me: Amber Vickery

Thank you also to Brie Mullin and to my mom for finding the most beautiful assortment of wood blocks in India and carrying them home for me.

Indian woodblock print design

By the way, here is a beautiful short video on Indian hand block printing. It evokes so much about India that I love. Watch it.

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If you’d like to find out more about Studio Uma, please click here to visit our wedding photography portfolio website. We are based in beautiful Austin, Texas and specialize in editorial, modern and creative wedding photography.

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November 8, 2013

Over the summer, I flew back to Ohio to shoot this gorgeous Hindu wedding. They literally closed down 2 city blocks in the heart of downtown Cincinnati for the groom’s baraat. The architecture was stunning – Hilton Netherland Plaza is an Art Deco masterpiece dripping with history. But the best part about this wedding? The fun-loving people. The bride, the groom, the guests. Everyone was having the time of their life. I’m so excited to share one this with you.

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Over the summer, I flew back to Ohio to photograph this traditional Hindu wedding. They literally closed down 2 city blocks in the heart of downtown Cincinnati for the groom’s baraat. The architecture was stunning – Hilton Netherland Plaza is an Art Deco masterpiece dripping with history. But the best part about this wedding? The fun-loving people. The bride, the groom, the guests. Everyone was having the time of their life. I’m so excited to share one this with you.

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Can you tell this is one of my all-time favorite weddings?

That last photo with the bridesmaids is one of my favorite moments from 2013. These girls were so much FUN to photograph – and they were up for anything. Neha and Vedant, I wish you two lovebirds a very happy life together, filled to the brim with joy. Can’t thank you enough for being such fantastic people.

Thank you, too, to Junebug Weddings blog, for featuring this wedding! Click here to see it all.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Wedding Team:

Photographer: Studio Uma
Event Planner: Viva Bella Events
Ceremony & Reception Venue: Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza
Videographer/Film Maker: Matt Pine of Lifetime Films
Officiant: Deepak Kotwal
Invitation Designer: Indian Wedding Card
Catering: Jeet India Restaurant
Florist: Petals n Glass
Cake: Molly at A Spoon Fulla Sugar
Wedding Dress: All clothing was bought in India
Bridal Accessories: All jewelry was purchased in India, and some were family heirlooms
Bridesmaids Apparel & Accessories: All bridesmaids saris and jewelry were purchased in India
Groom & Groomsmen’s Apparel & Accessories: All groomsmen attire was purchased in India
Hair: Jen Nally
Make-Up: Chenese Bean
DJ: Doug at Party Pleasers
Favors: Thank You Card with a photo of the bride and groom – made in India, with assorted chocolates.
Rentals: Sphire Elegance
Rings: Stafford Jewelers
Lighting: Goodwin
Ceremony Decor: Sima Patel of WeddingsInStyle
Horse: Tim of CC Carriages
Creator of escort cards/table names: Melissa Arey

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If you’d like to find out more about Studio Uma, please click here to visit our wedding photography portfolio website. We are based in gorgeous Austin, Texas and specialize in creative, modern Indian wedding photography.

Click here to visit Studio Uma on Facebook! We’re always up to something…..

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July 26, 2013

Friends, this is what love looks like. Have you ever known two people so in love, that their warmth and affection for one another was obvious in every touch, every glance, every laugh? I’d like to introduce you to Tazin and Naveed.

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Friends, this is what love looks like. Have you ever known two people so in love, that their warmth and affection for one another was obvious in every touch, every glance, every laugh? I’d like to introduce you to Tazin and Naveed.

This editorial style photo shoot happened last year, and I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to blog it. But here we are at long last. Tazin and Naveed wanted to do an After Session with me. So a week after they got married, these lovely newlyweds got all gussied up once more, and together we made some photo magic happen.

Romantic black and white photo of Mulsim couple at sunset by Austin wedding photographer

You may have heard an “After Session” also called a “Day After Session” or a “Trash the Dress Session” – except I’m not a big fan of that term. It’s misses the mark, for me.

I absolutely love doing After Sessions, because the photos always turn out to be AMAZING. And not necessarily because of me. OK.. maybe a tiny little bit because of me — but mainly because of a bunch of other things you probably haven’t thought of. For example, I love it when a bride gets a second opportunity to use her wedding dress/outfit. I think of all the time and effort that went into pulling together the perfect look for the big day. Not only the dress – but the jewelry. The shoes. The something old, the something blue. And after a few hours on her wedding day (that are over in a flash), the dress is banished into storage. Or sold on eBay. And that’s the end of that story.

Or is it…

Wouldn’t it be nice to give your dress one last moment in the sun (literally) before you have to part ways? And check out Tazin’s jewelry while we’re here. Every piece has it’s own story. The earrings were her grandmothers (who had recently passed away). One of her necklaces was given to her by Naveed’s mother. Every single piece had meaning and a story behind it. Having an After Session meant being able to rock this perfect, meaningful, ensemble once again.

Unique wedding portraits of Muslim bride and groom by Austin wedding photographer

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Editorial style picture of Muslim bride and groom at night with skyline by Austin wedding photographer

Because of family, Tazin and Naveed got married in Columbus, Ohio. But – Cincinnati is where they met and fell in love. Ault Park and the Roebling Bridge were two spots laden with meaning for Tazin and Naveed. This is where they went for walks together. This is where they fell in love with one another. The wonderful thing about an After Session is that you can go absolutely ANYWHERE to take your wedding pictures. You’re not restricted to your venue… or even the city where your venue is located! Getting married in Dallas but want to make some stunning cinematic wedding photographs on the beach? DONE.

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Editorial-style wedding portrait of Muslim bride and groom with red rose petals by Austin wedding photographer

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A second reason they chose to do an After Session, is that it’s a no-stress situation. On their wedding day, Tazin and Naveed had a jam-packed timeline to adhere to. We did have some time scheduled for their bride and groom photo shoot, but it wasn’t leisurely. Often, I see couples getting a bit flustered on the wedding day because there’s just so much going on.

But it’s beautiful how relaxed and focused on each other Tazin and Naveed are in these pictures, don’t you think? With all the time in the world, and no grand entrance to rush back for – I could really get them to be present with one another. Genuine connection to each other, genuine emotion. For me as a photographer, I find it easier to make people laugh when they’re relaxed. And it’s easier to get those passionate, intense moments like this one.

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Modern detail shot of Indian couple’s shoes showing white sandals with hem of bridal lehenga

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Modern black and white picture of Muslim bride with tikka and wedding jewelry by Austin wedding photographer

A third reason we decided to do an After Session, is because of light. Beautiful light makes for beautiful pictures. It’s (almost) just that simple. Other things matter, of course, but there is nothing as powerful as beautiful light. And the best natural light of the day happens in the hour before sunset – “golden hour”. That’s exactly when I took this next photo.

Editorial style picture of Muslim groom with bride in beautiful lehnga from after wedding photography session

Usually, during golden hour, the reception has already started. So it’s not easy to schedule bride and groom photos on your wedding day, during the time when the light is at its best. That’s another wonderful thing about your After Session – there’s no schedule or timeline to abide by. You can take advantage of golden hour. And seriously, it makes all the difference in the world.

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Ooo! Don’t you love that delicious Golden Hour light?

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As it turns out, Maharani Magazine fell in love with this duo as well. Here’s Tazin and Naveed on the front cover of the most recent Maharani Magazine. From star-crossed lovers to cover models! You can’t imagine how happy seeing this made me.

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And there’s also this gorgeous 12-page feature on Tazin and Naveed, which you can find here.

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And that is what an After Session looks like.

Thank you Tazin and Naveed, for being so so SO awesome to photograph. I wish you all the best in your new life together.

If you’d like to find out more about Studio Uma, please click here to visit our wedding photography portfolio website. We are based in gorgeous Austin, Texas and specialize in unique, modern and creative Indian wedding photography.

And visit Studio Uma on Facebook. We’re always up to something.

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October 2, 2012

Today I’m thrilled to bring you the brilliant advice of Liz Teich – a top stylist in New York City. She also happens to be the elegant-fashionista-bride from this Newlywed Session… which is one of my favorite photo shoots. Ever.

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Today I’m thrilled to bring you the brilliant advice of Liz Teich – a top stylist in New York City. She also happens to be the elegant-fashionista-bride from this Newlywed Session —  which is one of my favorite photo shoots. Ever.

Liz’s job is to make sure people look good for the camera. Her impressive client list includes Macys, Maybelline and Boston Weddings Magazine. And because she’s a recent bride (and fashion blogger), Liz knows what its like to be in front of the camera too. It’s no surprise that she was a natural at our photo shoot!

I was impressed by how she moved and posed. Not that I expect any of my clients to know these things – after all it is the photographers job to direct the shoot and make beautiful photographs. But sometimes brides ask me for advice beforehand. So I asked Liz for some simple modeling tips for brides and grooms-to-be. Whether you’re getting ready for an engagement session or your wedding portraits, this advice will give you that extra edge in front of the camera. Take it away Liz….


Modeling tips for brides

 

I’m a fashion stylist with a background in fashion as well as art direction. I’ve had many years of experience on photo shoots, so I know what looks good in front of a camera (which is the goal of my job). I’m always behind the scenes, but last summer when I got married, I was the one in front of the camera. My knowledge from my career helped me greatly in figuring out what works – and does not work – in front of the lens.

What have you learned? What tips do you have for brides who are preparing for photos shoots?


1. Be Natural


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The biggest thing is that your typical person – someone who isn’t that familiar with modeling – freezes up when they get in front of the camera. My husband Josh for example, he’s not familiar with photo shoots.  We actually got photographed a few years ago by Travel and Leisure Magazine at a café, and he just looked at me like what do I do??

He didn’t really know how to act in front of a camera, and it looked unnatural until I told him to pretend we’re in a real moment, without the camera. I think the biggest thing to remember is to not be pose-y and just be natural in front of a camera. I think that’s when the best pictures come.

 

2. Make each other laugh


Make each other laugh

 

Being as that I’m not a model, I always have a tough time when I try to smile.  I think if you can smile in a natural way, it looks so much better. Even if you make the other person laugh  – you’ll both just get into these moments, and that’s where good pictures come from. When Josh would make a joke, or I would make a joke, that would make us more natural instead of just “Ok-here-I-am-awkwardly-smiling”.

It shines through in a picture that you’re happy and excited. Same thing when you’re nervous. So find a way to enjoy the moment.

Sometimes we just made the acknowledgement that its kind of awkward taking pictures in our wedding clothes while a bunch of people are staring at us. Just laugh at the moment and enjoy it!

 

3. Move and play


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Use props for wedding photos

 

A lot of people stand stiff and straight and don’t move. I think if you play around with props, and create movement in your dress, that’s really great. You become more alive in the photos. When I work with models, they don’t really know what to do unless they have a prop, or another person to interact with or something to do, usually with the wardrobe. Otherwise they can look just as awkward as we can.

 

4. Find someone who puts you at ease


Intimate moment between bride and groom

 

I’ve noticed that the photographer can make all the difference. If you don’t have a photographer who makes you feel comfortable, that could make or break the photo shoot. I’ve been on a lot of fashion shoots where the photographer just clicks the camera, doesn’t say anything, and the model doesn’t quite know what to do with themselves. It really helps to have a photographer who not only makes you feel comfortable, but who also gives really good direction and actively guides you.

 

5. Listen to your mother


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Stand up straight! When you stand up straight, it automatically makes you look thinner and more put together. Nobody looks good slouching. Literally if there’s one thing you should remember, it is to stand up straight.

The other thing is that a lot of brides I know will wear flats or flip-flops under their dress because they don’t think anyone else will see it. But I think wearing a little heel automatically lifts your whole body and gives you better posture. On my photo shoots, when I style models, even if we crop out the feet in the photo — I still put heels on the model. It doesn’t matter how tall they are. If I give them a little heel, it just automatically makes their posture better.

 

Thank you Liz! These are tips are simple and powerful. Put them into practice for some gorgeous wedding photographs!

To see more pictures from my Newlywed photo shoot with Liz and Josh, please click here.

For style tips from Liz, please visit her blog Dear Andi // Diary of a Fashion Stylist.

For more information about Studio Uma, please visit our portfolio site or connect with us on Facebook.

April 21, 2012

I’m so excited to share this photo shoot with you. It’s not everyday that a girl gets to wander around New York with her camera, so let’s just say I was extremely inspired. New York was my “muse” for this session. I wanted to do a hopelessly romantic and quintessentially New York shoot. Our bride – Liz – is a fabulous fashion stylist in New York whose gown features a show-stopping cutout in the back (you’ll see below). Of her wedding day Liz says, “I don’t think Josh noticed the back until after the ceremony, and he said, “Wow! I’m glad I married you!””

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Liz and Josh are a Brooklyn couple that had gotten married a month earlier and were about to leave for their Hawaii honeymoon (at the crack of dawn the morning after our shoot). The chemistry between them undeniable, and I love them for running all over New York with me in the August heat, and still looking spectacular and hopelessly in-love the entire time.

Let’s start this story at the end. We ended the day at Brooklyn Bridge Park — I love this park and the expansive views it offers up of the bridge and the city skyline. We shot at sunset, when the light and colors were seriously magical.

Liz had this to say about it: “Josh and I talked about getting elements of Brooklyn into our wedding day, but sadly it was too much of a hassle to trek everyone over to that park or any other landscape that read specifically “Brooklyn.” I get the chills when I see the images of us together with the Brooklyn Bridge in the background. It’s so romantic! So us! I still can’t believe that was all captured so perfectly and it looks like it was a scene from a film!”

This is my favorite thing about a newlywed session – we can go absolutely anywhere, at any time of day – without the restrictions of the wedding day schedule. Its all about location, location, location as they say.

Speaking of stunning locations, I had seen unbelievable pictures of the abandoned palace at 5 Beekman Street in editorial fashion spreads and I had this tingly feeling about it. I just had to shoot there. Built in 1882, Beekman Palace is a hidden treasure in the middle of the financial district. It is nine stories that enclose the most gorgeous atrium in the city, and a beautiful iron and glass skylight. It feels like old-world Europe actually – a completely different world. The views of City Hall Park from the roof are breath-taking. Our whole crew was just blown away by this space.

The dramatic head piece you see in the Beekman photos is courtesy of Leah C. Couture Millinery.

Style Me Pretty featured this shoot recently, thanks for the love, SMP ladies!

If you’d like to keep up with latest Studio Uma happenings, please join us at Studio Uma on Facebook. For more information, you can contact me at uma@umasanghvi.com.

MANY thanks to the talented team who helped to produce this shoot, especially Priya and Dan.

The dress is an original design made from vintage lace by Gina Desilva for Adrienne’s Bridal on Orchard Street in the lower east side.

From the Beekman shoot the fabulous headpiece is courtesy of Leah C. Couture Millinery. The groom’s boutonniere is also courtesy of Leah C.

The head piece from the Brooklyn Bridge Park shoot is made by Rachel Sax for Nona E. Rose.

Shoes by Manolo Blahnik.

Custom bracelet by “etc… Modern-Vintage Jewelry

Josh’s suit, socks and shoes are all Paul Smith, shirt by Armani, tie by Dior.

Hair and makeup by Emily Rodrigues.