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ABOUT US

Photographing a wedding is like photographing nothing else. Empathy, an eye for detail and a heart for emotion.
 

As a team of soft-hearted individuals, we know how you feel - whether you are the father of the bride reading this or the sister or our princess bride herself - we know what you are going through - so much happiness and a tinge of heartache. And we know how to photograph you and your loved ones in the midst of all your emotions. Our goal, with each photograph you see, is to have you feel what you felt that very moment. All the fun you had, all the dances you danced and laughters you laughed, the tears you cried and the hugs you gave and received.

 

But that's not all. Cosy, happy pictures with your loved ones (more commonly known as "group shots"), posed Family Portraits (these are for the walls), elegant Couple Portraits, portraits of the Bride & Groom before every event. Along with documenting decor and carefully crafted details. Not to forget complete coverage of customs and rituals, to appease them Gods!

Meet The Team

Harshad Ramteke

Senior photojournalist and fashion photographer has been an integral part of The Cheesecake Project team from its early days. His experience of over 20yrs in the industry makes him the ideal mentor to the team and easily one of the best people to have photographing a wedding. Calm and patient - the ever smiling Harshad (fondly known as "Dada" by the team and client families alike) will stop at nothing to create the dreamiest pictures for you to cherish. 

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