Inderjeet Gill, an IIT graduate turned contemporary wedding photographer, has always been an art and technology lover. A self-taught painter since childhood, his love for art transitioned from painting to photography. Inderjeet’s ability to create compelling images even in the simplest of settings using light & various elements of the location to his advantage has given him the repute of a photographer who “paints with light”. Being an army kid, he has traveled across and has been exposed to the diversity of rich Indian culture, which he deeply cherished. Wedding photography gives him the opportunity to continue to travel, explore the rich Indian culture, meet new people & capture their stories. In the last eight years of being a professional wedding photographer, his company IG PHOTO FILM has captured over 200+ weddings across 60+ cities in India covering almost all faiths & cultures. He started IG PHOTO FILM with the vision that ‘moments do not happen as per the photography package, so every small or big detail needs to be covered to make the memories of a couple’s wedding celebrations last forever. He believes in creating timeless memories by capturing precious emotions floating at the weddings in their purest form. Inderjeet is an avid reader of technology and art. He is innately passionate about sharing knowledge and is well known for this in the Indian photography community; he believes it is imperative for both individual as well as community growth.
My travels and my documentary work involves interacting with people and being unobtrusive while also keeping weight and bulk of my equipment to a minimum. All these factors combined with excellent image characteristics made me jump into the Fuji system with the X100S in 2013. Over the next few years, I travelled extensively with it and eventually, completely switched form DSLRs to the Fujifilm Mirrorless system. I now use them exclusively for all my work. For me the X System gets out the way and allows the photographer to actualize the vision while at the same time provides the quality and technological support needed for professional work. The design and usability makes the cameras invisible and helps it to gel well with documentary and travel photography to the point that I think it becomes an extension of the eye.