Studio Vimukthi is a qualified & experienced Wedding Photography & Videography in Ja-Ela, Gampaha, Sri Lanka. Anuradha Dias who is founder of Studio Vimukthi.Who studied photography in 2006 at Hegoda School of Photography, and completed his 3D Modeling & Animation at Advanced Digital Media Technology Center (ADMTC) during 2007-2008 periods at University of Colombo School of Computing (UCSC). He completed his Diploma in Camera Works at School of Media Arts & Management – Sri Lanka in 2009 and in 2013 he obtained his Diploma in Photography from the University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka.
Studio Vimukthi & Anuradha are on a journey of excellence in photography & videography since 2005.Their proven skills in best quality Wedding Photography & Videography and high profile Event Photography & Videography, backed by their strong foundations in methodology, techniques and use of modern equipment with years of training in Digital Media Art & Digital Technologies, 3D Modeling & Animations .They provide their best service to their customers with qualified team.
Their services are wedding photography & videography, commercial photography & videography, album making & story book documentaries, photo editing & video editing, photo laminating & framing, graphic designing, camera & accessories sale, cameras,multimedia projectors & accessories for hire and training/ Education & guidance. They also provide video and photography packages and rental services such as hire of professional camera & accessories, lighting systems, multimedia projectors,plasma widescreen TV etc for your function assisted by our skilled operators & technical crew.
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