In Lieu of trash the dress, we celebrated with a dip lakeside. Kodak gold film, a minolta 35mm camera, and 2 oversize cactus. These two married in Joshua Tree intimately: parents only ( see photos here). Then celebrated via dance party Lakeside in the brides hometown in Michigan with family & friends. Bringing the cacti from Joshua Tree to the Lake. wedding Day!
A little bit of Hollywood in your 35mm still camera. Perfect for this couple who love the cinema ( their first dat was at the art house Frida) Kodak’s world-famous Vision 3 Motion Picture films stock is hand-rolled by The Film Photography Project. NOTE- only a few labs process ECN-2, do not bring it to a lab for c-41 it will ruin their chemistry. After seeing the PTA beauty Licorice Pizza, (shot on this film) I was pumped! This was […]
Kodak vision 3 cinema film now available in 35mm film! After seeing Paul Tomas Anderson’s Licorice pizza shot on this, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it. Because it has a remjet backing, very few labs can process. This was processed in Miami at Bellow Film Lab. Vision 3 purchased from Freestyle Photo biz in Los Angeles. I love the look of this film! Shot with my trusty Minolta. Below are the non film- love my digtial too, […]
No golden hour here, Hi-Noon in Laguna Beach on black and white FILM! On camera flash, and a white lighting 1200 to overpower the sun, lucked out with a few clouds for a gigantic softbox. Can’t wait to photograph their wedding on film later this year at the Mint in Los Angeles.
Photographed on Lomography Metropolis medium format film, with the Hasselblad. Wanted to try this film out on the beach. “This film comes with a unique chemical formula specifically developed in the Lomography film manufactory, which desaturates colors, mutes tones and makes contrasts pop.” Icon Los Angeles traditional proof sheet, process & scanning
“We received the box of photos! They are perfect! Thank you so much! ” – Sabrina
Sabrina and William wanted their intimate courthouse wedding photographed on 35mm film, add some polaroids into the mix, with Dad as witness, videographer, and purse holder – a beautiful Wednesday Wedding at Laguna Hills Civic Center.
Shooting the now not made anymore Fuji 100fpc pack film, one that delivers a “polaroid” for immediate results before shooting film. Along with the positive, you can get a negative, with the help of some glass, and bleach gel. Here’s the Step by Step: Photographed with the 4×5 view camera and a polaroid back, On location in Monolake. cut negative tape negative side down on glass, cover all edges to avoid bleach on negative front 3.Use 4. Remove black paste […]
Inspired by Faye Dunaway’s Iconic “Breakfast” image by Terry O’Neil in 1977, which, after winning her Oscar the night before, pictures her early morning poolside at the Beverly Hills Hotel . I set out to recreate with my bride Pamela, poolside, the morning after her wedding. Shot on 120 Film with the Hasselblad, at sunrise, she showed up in full makeup, her wedding dress, and a smile. I adore her. View the wedding feature in California Wedding Day Magazine
Watching the magic appear before your eyes, under a warm red safelight in the darkroom, is something that never gets old. It always curls my toes. Had I not learned photography shooting film, I most likely would not have become a photographer through digital process. It’s the process, the routine, the formula. Spot the nerd, I took pre-calculus in high school as an elective. The ISO is rated at 2 or 3, so you are looking at a long exposure […]