You have spent months planning your big day and probably years dreaming of your wedding to the one you love.
Naturaly you want your wedding day to run as smoothly as possible, you want a day to remember for your guests, your family and your loving partner. Once the day has ended, you will have something tangable thats captured on negative film.
Why I shoot on film
I shoot on film and print the photographs so you have a tectile tangable photograph you can hold, display or place in an album for generations to come.
Documenting the day with a pair of 35mm Rangefinder Leica M film cameras, a M3 and a M6 Leica coupled with Sumicron F2 35mm and 50mm lens and a misture of Kodak Portra colour film and Kodak Tri-X which is a contrasty black and white film. Intimate portraiture I tend to shoot on a Hasselblad 500CM, which gives square images and I prefer to shoot these on black and white Kodak Tri-X film.
Prefered Film Types
Kodak Tri-X 400 shot at box speed or pushed to 1600