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Angie & Matt’s Wedding – Black & White FILM

 

Angie & Matt’s wedding was awesome, but one of my favorite things about it was that I got to shoot a bunch of FILM for them!  I got my start in wedding photography shooting for an all black & white film studio, and I still love it :)  Digital is fabulous, and totally has taken over the industry.  But, film still has a place, in my opinion.  There’s nothing quite so timeless as black & white film.  It just looks classic.  Clearly, I love it.  Anyway, here are a few of my favorite film shots from Angie & Matt’s wedding day…

Angie getting ready (shot with 35mm Tri-X 400 on my Nikon F100 & 50mm f/1.4)

Boston Wedding on Black & White Film

Boston Wedding on Black & White Film

The ceremony (shot on 35mm Tri-X 400 with the Widelux)

Boston Wedding on Black & White Film

Boston Wedding on Black & White Film

Portraits in the Public Gardens (shot on 35mm Tri-X 400 with my Nikon F100 & 50mm f/1.4)

Boston Wedding on Black & White Film

(shot on 35mm Tri-X 400 with the Widelux)

Boston Wedding on Black & White Film

The View from the Taj

Boston Wedding on Black & White Film

The Taj set up for the reception (shot on 35mm Tri-X 400 with the Widelux, then with the F100)

Boston Wedding on Black & White Film

Boston Wedding on Black & White Film

A few from the reception (shot on 120 Tri-X 400 with the Holga and a Vivitar 283 flash)

Boston Wedding on Black & White Film

suspenders!

Boston Wedding on Black & White Film

Chucks!

Boston Wedding on Black & White Film

Boston Wedding on Black & White Film

Boston Wedding on Black & White Film

looooooove the black & white tile!  It’s so perfect for b&w film!

Boston Wedding on Black & White Film

Double Exposure

Boston Wedding on Black & White Film

Last shot of the night!  (35mm Tri-X 400 with Nikon F100)

Boston Wedding on Black & White Film

Angie & Matt – HUGE thanks for giving me the freedom to shoot some film for you!!   I hope you love how it turned out!

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Comments
 
Doug says:

The dude uses a Widelux too – http://www.jeffbridges.com/ – very cool!

Tom Robinson says:

Awesome b/w pictures, which capture the spirit of the event – in a timeless, and very classic way. Great talent, great eye and super results.

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