Vision Eye Photography is the brainchild of Mr Srikanth Reddy Basadi
Images don't get the credit they deserve mainly because there are very few that can appreciate the beauty of a well-captured moment. While it may appear like a one-second effort, a lot of hours go into capturing that single shot. Vision Eye Photography is am expemplary photography studio that strives to capture your best moments and make them an everlasting piece of your life. Vision Eye Photography is the brainchild of Mr Srikanth Reddy Basadi, a fairly experienced photographer with a portfolio that encompasses a variety of top-tier photography projects.
Srikanth Reddy Basadi loved to handle the camera ever since he laid hands on a digital one in his teenage days. As it required no reels, Srikanth Reddy Basadi would keep fiddling with shots, angles and subjects which would often be his friends, pets and family. Now, Srikanth Reddy Basadi is a proficient and a renowned photographer who has discontinued freelancing gigs and manages his business, Vision Eye Photography, for the last few years. He has cycled among various roles as a photographer and even as a cinematographer in few projects, all of which has strengthened his profile as seasoned photographer with a knack for perfection.
Vision Eye Photography is an established business that offers photography and cinematography services along with planned and organised sessions that result in maximum productivity. Vision Eye Photography had conducted over 500 plus shoots for independent clients, celebrities, family functions, wedding couples, models and the film industry also. Srikanth Reddy Basadi himself has a decade longexperience of working in the Telugu film industry with involvement in films like Shivam, Red, Nenu Sailaja and many more which are in production phase now. His extensive experience helps in strengthening the image of Vision Eye Photography and also motivates his employees to work with maximum zeal.
Srikanth Reddy Basadi explains why Vision Eye Photography is in relatively high demand, year-round. He says, "Photography cannot be imitated. It requires originality that seldom brands can provide. While many studios try to make do with one or two cameras, we invest a lot in our photography gear and try to put the latest cameras and lenses in our photography team's hands. Photography demands creativity and it requires a lot of brainstorming sessions before the actual shoot can even begin. We have a pre-production discussion with an elaborate roadmap of what to include in the project. Similarly, post-production discussions and planning are also done. We donate 10 per cent of our every project earning to the charity and feel proud in doing our bit for the society."
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