Agata shot her view of the wedding digitally. I will post those in the next couple of days . We will post more of these when we finish the edit process.
Film photography + People + Weddings = a wonderfully natural look. I guess shooting film for me gives me that extra passion. Don’t forget I don’t get to see the results on the day. Only after the scans arrive from my Lab after 10 working days. I’m currently going through a natural look to our images.
I’ve been shooting film at weddings for over a year now, ( not including all the weddings I photographed between 1989 – 2002) I still feel I have a load of learning to do. Digital is a great tool for me expand my knowledge quickly, These days I’m taking a step back looking to introduce all I have learnt into my analogue photography. I’m excited…….
Special Thanks to UK Film Lab, as I see it my work on film is a collaboration, a team effort and without the feed back and support I get I might not be so keen to pick up a camera every second of the day even when I’m not working 🙂
Photographer info, All images here have been shot on Film using a 35mm Canon Eos 1V & 120 Bronica range finder 645 on Kodak Portra 400. FILM is Most definitely alive and kicking!