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Ketan Amin

Ketan is a second generation photographer, who is originally from South Africa. He holds a Degree in Pharmacy and a Masters in Business Administration. Upon his arrival to the UK in 2005, he set up a commercial photography venture specialising in Asian Weddings. His style can be best described as a free style, meaning he feeds off his client's personalities and characteristics and incorporates those elements back into his imagery. Because of this approach, his clients tend to recognise themselves in the images and concur that the pictures are a truer representation of who they actually are rather than who the photographer wants them to be.

Despite wedding photography accounting for the bulk of his business, Ketan also shoots commercial projects including corporate headshots, events and special projects.

Seminars presented by Ketan:

  1. Getting Comfortable with Up-selling - Thursday 11th
  2. Handling Objections - Before, During and After the Event - Friday 12th

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