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Category : INSPIRATION

26 Jan 2016
11 Jan 2016

food for thought!

    “The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” ― Dorothea Lange

11 Jan 2016
18 Dec 2015

SIX

Six, the number of years that have flown on colourful wings. The memories we have collected and helped others collect. These times have been wonderful and here we stand looking forward to many more. Thank you, those of you who have been a part of the journey so far, it’s been wonderful so far. Six.

25 Nov 2015
“ Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph. " —  Matt Hardy

 

09 Nov 2015

BANGALORE TIMES | wedding photography gets candidly staged

Our images were featured in Bangalore Times in June 2015 for their article, “wedding photography gets candidly staged”

09 Nov 2015

POLKA CAFE | we have been featured!

The wonderful people at Polka Cafe have featured our work often and we are so grateful to them. In ‘Photographers Who Are Capturing The Emotions And Drama Of An Indian Wedding Like Never Before’, the author Avinash Kumai says, “These two creative bugs started Coffee Stains in the year 2009 and have not looked back since. They have some well-thought photos, but we fell in love with their Black & Whites. They are dark yet romantic! Coffee Stains is the […]

09 Nov 2015

FEMINA BRIDES | a feature

It is always a please to have one’s work featured. April 2012: Sneha Kar of Coffee Stains was featured in Femina Brides, an off-shoot of FEMINA magazine. Here are a few snippets from the feature.

09 Nov 2015

BIG FAT INDIAN WEDDING

    In early 2011, Kanika, owner of the blog Big Fat Indian Wedding and Anek designs, featured us on her blog. Link to the blog post: http://thebigfatindianwedding.blogspot.in/2011/01/coffee-stains-wedding-photographers.html

01 Nov 2015
“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.” — Aaron Siskind