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The Importance of a Clear Kobar for Photographers at Your Indian Wedding

Indian weddings are a time of celebration and joy, and it is important to make sure that everything runs smoothly on the big day. One aspect of the wedding that is often overlooked is the kobar, or the area where the photographer and videographer will be taking pictures and filming, usually after the wedding. Keeping the kobar as empty as possible is important for a number of reasons, and here are a few tips on how to do it:




  1. Communicate with the photographer and videographer: Before the wedding, make sure to discuss the kobar with the photographer and videographer and let them know what your vision is for the area. They will be able to give you advice on how to set up the kobar in a way that allows them to get the best shots possible.

  2. Set up a designated area to leave belongings: During the wedding, guests will often have bags, purses, and other personal items that they need to keep with them. To keep the kobar as empty as possible, consider setting up a designated area where guests can leave their belongings and where you can place items that arrive as part of the wedding. Some of these things could include dal bowls, sweets, excess decorations. By having a designated area it will help keep the kobar free from clutter and make it easier for the photographer and videographer to move around.

  3. Keep the kobar clear during the ceremony: During the ceremony, the kobar should be kept as clear as possible to allow the photographer and videographer to get the best shots. This means that guests should not be standing in the kobar or blocking the view of the ceremony.


By following these tips, you can help keep the kobar as empty as possible during your Indian wedding and ensure that the photographer and videographer have the space they need to capture the special moments of your big day.


Ramen events are photographers, videographers and livestreamers that specialise in Indian Weddings in Hamilton, Auckland, Rotorua, and Tauranga New Zealand

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