TTL Photography is owned by a husband and wife team, Fathima & Seraz
Based in Durban, South Africa, they have documented many weddings since 2009 and have become one of the most sought after wedding photographers in their segment of the market. Their hard work and dedication has made them to become
SONY Alpha Ambassadors for South Africa, in the Middle East/ Africa region.
"Our style of photography is a blend of high fashion photography & photo journalism. Weddings have always been a glamorous affair. We believe that every bride should feel like they belong on a cover of a fashion magazine. We are inspired by the stylish sophistication of the brides we photograph. Capturing their detail showcases a bit of their persona in the final image. Glamorous with no excuses!"
"The combination of fashion photography and photojournalism is the perfect way to capture weddings as this ensures that all of your precious memories are captured and you also get to feel as if you are a fashion model."
"Our goal is bold and simple, narrating your wedding story through compelling images that transcend wedding photography."
ttl photography with SONY Middle East & Africa
"Never in my wildest dreams did I ever imagine myself develop a craving for an art.
An art I thought never existed in me. Instead it was this discovery that forced me to dig deeper within myself and unravel a part of me that I wanted to share with the world.
It has taught me the magic of observation. To capture authentic beauty & emotions. Irreplaceable moments that will trigger the right kind of feelings for years to come."
"We have approached the art of photography as a realm into the mind of a capturer who is afraid of loosing what he sees."
Seraz & Fathima
The #whyweshoot campaign by SONY will take you behind the scenes of the many passionate enthusiasts who are breaking boundaries with their creativity.
This is their story. This is Why We Shoot.
October - December 2021
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