Message on Instagram, (from Ethan’s Mom). Ethan says he’s going make something- sprints up to his room, and appears with this, a homemade camera, and asks his mom to send me a picture of it. Like the Grinch my heart♥ grew three sizes. I have to see this in person, so Ethan agrees to an interview here in the studio. ( the bow tie was his idea). I bring out my Not homemade Polaroid, and with imagination ( plus the […]
The “rolls royce” of darkroom printing. Wedding Portrait Shot on Ilford 8×10 black and white film. We shot in the photostudio with the 8×10 camera. Then off to the darkroom to print on both watercolor and vellum with gold leaf. The gold leaf has a bit of a learning curve, and I am partial to the traditional printing on papaer.
BRIGHTON, MICHIGAN… On location with 35mm film for this wedding *Dance-Party-Barbie-Bride-Ensemble* . Married in an elopement in Joshua Tree, then threw a huge pizza party for family and friends. 1980’s limo drove the guests- it was great!
Film for the film makers. Lauren & Kade were looking for 35mm film film for their wedding at the Hacienda. Lauren wore white gloves for a touch of hollywood glam, and treated guests to an outdoor movie theater showing Casablanca, with Popcorn!
SAN FRANCISCO, CA… San Francisco City Hall wedding Photography 35 mm film on Leica with ilford xp2 black and white and Kodak Portra And of course my Fujifilm camera! This venue books up quickly, took a while for this couple to book their October 31st nuptials ( Halloween my fave!) Quite a few couples choose this location, so you need to be patient with other newlyweds and their photogs while choosing the backdrops and locations to shoot. For ceremonies ( […]
LOS ANGELES, CA.. 35mm film wedding photography Los Angeles. Sonora is a photographer and wanted 35mm black and white film for her wedding, plus the reception was at the sexy the Mint nightclub in Los Angeles, and ceremony at a playground- SOLD. Shot with my Minotla and Ilford XP2 The couple opted to have a private moment alone together before the ceremony. Allowing them to embrace, and talk. beautiful part of the day. Do yourself a favor and follow their […]
They’re amazing! You made us feel so fun and comfortable!- Lauren and Kade In the studio on 35mm film kodak cinema for this engagement shoot. Fitting since these 2 creatives are filmmakers. This film is cooked differently than regular color negative film (c41),
ORANGE, CA… Black and white 35mm film for this engagement shoot in the studio, well technically they are married ( Vegas) and throwing another wedding ceremony and celebration this summer.
Both filmmakers (Lauren & Kade met in film school), they were looking for a 35mm film engagement photographer ( lucky me!) Their creative A game was on point with wardrobe and energy on set,
Shot some color kodak cinema film- that’s up in part 2.