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With Tell-a-Tale Studios, Mamta Kalambe wants to help people create memories that they will cherish for the rest of their lives.
Tell-a-Tale Studios is a growing photography and video production venture based out of Mumbai. We are visual artists who love the art of storytelling and use this unique talent to capture moments and create stunning narratives for their clients. We offer a variety of services such as wedding, food, product and corporate photography as well as film making. Our photography style is natural, emotive and elegant. Our aim is to create memories that people cherish for the rest of their lives.
Mamta had always had an innate creative bent. Four years ago she joined the SCM (Social Communications Media) course in Sophia College which changed her life. A world of new possibilities was opened and she was naturally drawn towards photography and film-making.
Inspired by women photographers doing serious work, she soon found her voice in this still, male dominated industry. After the course, she freelanced for 10 months. Later along with her friend Nikhil, who shared a similar work and life ethos, she started Tell-a-Tale studios.
She believes that photography is the universal language. You don’t take
a picture, you feel it!
The job of a photographer is intensive on many levels. For weddings, what people love about them is that Mamta and her team are present throughout but at the same time non-invasive. She says they know how to take natural, non-posed pictures, focusing on moments and emotions. Apart from that, they take a serious effort to know every client and consider most of them good friends.
Likewise, they are inventive when it comes to food and product photography. As Mamta says, “Our clients tell us that we come across as warm, approachable and genuine people. Personally, I’d like to think of myself as human before a photographer.”
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