Hey, I’m Rahul Khona, a Wedding Photographer who shoots documentary style photography.
Being a wedding photographer, from London, I have had the privilege of being part of some amazing life stories. I love the art of storytelling through photography, from the gorgeous bridal dress, the big hug from mum and dad, the kiss, the tears, the smiles, the first dance – all frozen in time.
It’s not just a day. It’s a day that is here because it all started with that first date. It’s a day that celebrates the love that kindled on that first sight. It’s a day that unravels a new chapter which opens with the promise of a new beginning in the midst of your family and friends. And amongst all this, my sole objective is to seal those moments when you share that life promise, when you kiss that first kiss, when you dance that first dance, when you cry that first tear.
I am very passionate about how I photograph my weddings, and I capture the story behind the story. It’s a warm feeling to know that the images I capture for you today will one day rekindle in you the same emotions and smiles you experienced on your wedding day.
I am an unobtrusive photographer, documenting your day as it naturally unfolds. I take great pride in the art that I create, and the stunning portraits that adorn my clients living room walls are a testament to that creativity. I would love to share my vision with you, and if you allow me, I would be honoured to tell your story.
Award Winning Photos
The Wedding Photojournalist Association proudly recognizes the accomplishments and creative excellence of Rahul. The following awards have been earned by Rahul from the WPJA. These achievements come with great merit considering the high level of competition that a member faces in the contests.
I think this couple and the red wall were made for each other.
A moody image with the vapor, it just has a good use of light.
Heʼs wearing his smoke like a scarf or a beard, which is funny. The dappled light and muted color tones set off the subject beautifully in a simple way.
The photo makes it abundantly clear what is going on during a toast that was quite embarrassing. Lovely color, and a quick and clean read. It’s an in-your-face kinda moment. In the old days, we would call this an “eye-burner image.” Up front and to the point.
Tender moment between a bride and an elder woman. There's emotion in how the bride's hand helps. The bride's eyes closed shows how she appreciates the moment.
The photographer really captured the raw emotion in this moment. It was a smart decision to crop (or not even photograph) the other faces because they would only have been a distraction to the main subject. The nice light adds a shine that seems to match the jewelry on the arms.