Langdon court wedding photographers

Pom Poms weddings part two on Film

Part two of Emily and Chris at Langdon Court and Wembury beach, these images are part of my ongoing passion for shooting weddings photographed on traditional film.

Analogue film always gathers attention. The medium format cameras of yesterday are big and unusual looking.

I love the reaction I get when shooting with the Rolleiflex 3.5F. It looks beautiful, like a museum piece. It has a Carl Zeiss Planar taking lens. The Rolleiflex takes a lot of getting used to, at first it seems to handle like a piece of agricultural equipment but after a bit of time the clunky uncomfortable handling eases and becomes very enjoyable. Keeping me on the edge of my comfort zone and I love this camera for that.

Hope you enjoy these, we are working on our own bright and airy look to get a wedding photography style that is unmistakably YOUnger   unmistakenly, weddings photographed on traditional film

For my Film Photographer friends here is some info on the equipment. Mostly a Contax 645 with a roll from a Rolleiflex 3.5F and a roll Canon Eos 1v with a 50mm 1.2L lens. All film was Kodak Portra either 400 or 800 speed, developed and scanned at UK Film Lab.

 

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