Timeless memories for people madly in love
Love is an abstract concept, we grow up watching movies and reading poems about it. We fall in love, we fall out of love. We try to understand it and to express it, but we don’t seem to have an agreement on how should we define it. To me, love can be seen, love can be touched, love can be felt. And that’s how I create my work – I observe, I feel and I connect. I want to create photos that matter to you and tell your love story. I want you to remember those small details in life that build your own memories. Those moments, smiles, and touches are there for a reason, a good enough reason to be documented and remembered in a beautiful way.
Treasure your once in a lifetime journey to the serene beaches of Maldives, capturing your moments with your personal photographer. Your own digital postcard to keep for generations to come, encapsulating memories of your vacation, honeymoon, engagement, weddings or even just portraits of yourselves, enjoying life among the palms and turquoise waters of the paradise on Earth. We gear up here at Maahid Photos to dedicate and capture your moments, memories and milestones for whichever occasion, we are here to solely focus our lenses on you. From portraits, engagements, weddings, proposals, honeymoons and more, our photographs will frame you memories, invaluable for a lifetime.
Memories well treasured
Documenting weddings and couples (or as I call them: lovers) sessions since 2016 I’ve seen a lot of amazingly beautiful things through the viewfinder of my camera. And basically it all comes down to one thing: love.
Honeymoon Session at Fihalhohi Island
Honeymoon Session at Hardrock Hotels, Crossroad Maldives
Honeymoon Session at Furaveri Maldives Resort
Post Wedding Session at Westin Miriyandhoo Maldives
Qianwen Cherry Chen
Honeymoon Session at The Ritz Carlton, Fari Islands
The Maldives is a nation of islands in the Indian Ocean, that spans across the equator. The country is comprised of 1192 islands that stretch along a length of 871 kilometers. While the country covers an area of approximately 90,000 square kilometers, only 298 square kilometers of that is dry land. The islands are grouped into a double chain of 26 atolls.