The drive from Plymouth along the Looe road to Duloe to Photograph Hannah & Dan’s wedding was an adventure in itself, even with lights on I could hardly see the cars on the road ahead.
Hannah seemed so chilled out, I explained our poor weather guarantee. When I finished Hannah looked at me then out of the window into a blanket of mist and said ” it’s not that bad is it?”
Two photographers had been booked, so I left to catch up with the lads at St Cuby’s church in Duloe. We intended to shoot this wedding 100% digital on the Canon 5D mk3 ‘s but I couldn’t help breaking out a 1960’s Rolleiflex 3.5f loaded with a half a roll of Kodak Ektar film. before I knew it I was wielding a Hasselblad H1 loaded with Kodak Portra 400. I’m so comfortable Shooting film at weddings I love the results and the conditions made for some interesting images. ( We will post the film images in a separate post)
We always talk about how beautiful our brides and bridesmaids look, in this case Hannah and her girls truly did look amazing but so did the groom & his grooms men, Dressed in Tweed they really did suit the Cornish countryside wedding theme. Think I might start wearing tweed.
Please enjoy a small selection of images that tell Dan and Hannah’s wedding story. I particularly love the images of the Bridesmaids emerging from the mist at the church.