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Are you ready to Rewind your Memories?

Wedding  to  Baby/Kids

On your special day, you want to focus on making memories. Our goal? To capture them perfectly on camera. Since 2015, we have been helping happy couples document their special day. AntiClockTimes/Photography is here to help you find the perfect balance between capturing the big moments, as well as the small and intimate ones. Let’s make magic happen together. Check out our site to see what we’ve done for other happy couples.

Arun Siddharth JR

Our Services



You’ve got enough to plan on your special day, so make sure photography isn’t adding to your stress. We put innovation, experience and passion into everything we do and with a list of satisfied clients, we know exactly how to give you what you need. Get in touch today to schedule a meeting.

Kids & Babies


We are a young and dynamic team with years of experience behind the camera. As a Baby Photography Studio, our main goal is to capture your memories and ensure you smile throughout the whole process. Meet the team who has dedicated their lives to catch your great moments. If you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch.

Family Portraits


When it comes to family portraits and photography services, We have been delivering beautiful, high-definition pictures for my clients to treasure since we are into this industry. Whether you’re looking for a custom-designed album or you want a simple collection of portraits, We can provide it all. Get in touch to discuss your needs and to book a time for your session.



Our first priority is making our clients happy. Below you can find what they have said about me - both professionally and personally. Our clients’ feedback is what I value the most, and the driving force in making sure they are completely satisfied with the work I do. If you’d like to leave a review, please get in touch.

Power of BLACK & WHITE

“I think it’s because it was an emotional story, and emotions come through much stronger in black and white. Color is distracting in a way, it pleases the eye but it doesn’t necessarily reach the heart.” – Kim Hunter

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