1. Tell us about yourself and your journey towards starting P2 Click.
I did my Master’s in Photography, and I personally love this space. I am very passionate about film making and that’s how I entered the media field. I was working as an assistant director for a few films, and I was looking for more such opportunities. One fine day, my friend suggested Wedding Photography as a way to increase my monetization. Whenever I get an opportunity, I always grab it. And since Photography was already a hobby of mine, I decided to test the waters. When I started out, my very first client gave really good feedback. So, when I got the chance to make very good money on what I was passionate about, I went for it. Subsequently I got more film projects. I started out as a single man and now I have a 12-member team. This is how I started my journey.
2. How long have you been in this space?
I started out in the end of 2015. The brand P2 Click had its inception by mid 2016. It’s been 3 years now & I have completed around 300+ weddings.
3. What was your first camera?
I have handled camera since my childhood. Professionally speaking Canon 50D was my first, which my dad gave as a gift. I realised my love for photography after that, which slowly grew into a hobby and now, a profession.
4. What do you think makes a photographer succeed in this field?
Over the years, I have learnt so many things, gained experience. But at the end of the day, it all depends on how satisfied your clients are. Word of mouth business is the key. When a client comes with their ideas, I make sure I fulfill all of them, but also try to include new and experimental things. I concentrate more on client servicing. And that’s how you succeed in this field.
5. What do you prefer- Fashion Photography or Wedding Photography?
Wedding Photography is where you satisfy the client and fashion photography is where you satisfy your creativity. It’s a tough choice between the two and both are my cup of tea.
7. Tell us about your future projects.
We are opening a new studio & trying to focus more on the creative side and branch out to fashion photography.