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A romantic groom

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013 Events, Published Work

I tend to skim the text on wedding blogs and focus on the photos, but Adam’s accompanying note on this SMP post is worth a read.  His words are authentic and show his deep dedication and love for his bride, Emily. He adores everything she does, and together they put on a wedding (with help from the amazing Heidi from Red 25 Events) which honored their friends and family and stayed true to who they are as individuals — generous, modern, fun-loving and classically beautiful people.

Below are just a few of my  favorite moments from the wedding, or take a look at the SMP post to see more candids and some really thoughtful ways they treated their guests, including giving Uggs (not flip flips!) to any guest who wanted a pair, and setting champagne next to their guests’ chairs so they could witness the ceremony with bubbly in hand.

Emily and Adam loved the look of film and I shot their wedding using a mixture of 35mm film and digital Canon cameras, my two favorite twin lens cameras and a Holga (Three Artist, Film-Based package).

-LK

Fuji 400 220 film from Japan (discontinued now in the US) on the Mamiya C330

Ilford HP5 shot at 1000 on Rolleiflex

Ilford Delta 3200 on Rolleiflex

Ilford HP5 shot at 1000 on Canon EOS-IV

Ilford HP5 shot at 400 on Rolleiflex

Digital file by Aurelia, a Docuvitae guest artist

Ilford Delta 3200 on Canon EOS-IV

Ilford Delta 3200 on Canon EOS-IV

Ilford Delta 3200 on Rolleiflex

Ilford Delta 3200 on Canon EOS-IV / Digital file by Aurelia, a Docuvitae guest artist

Digital file from my Canon Mark III

   

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