Film: the ooey-gooey, heart-melty, high-quality, colorful, grain-filled, motion-blurred beauty in a roll. It what you look at when you're flipping through the photos of you as a kid. It's what packs a punch of memories in your face and floods your senses with nostalgia. It's the “Cadillac of Memories,” and Cadillac's come with a price point. The film, the development, and the scanning of the film negatives into a digital format is costly. But I've chosen this medium for the experience I want my clients to have. And I want them to have the BEST. I will be shooting a few different formats of film throughout your wedding day until I switch to digital during your reception.
You bet! Ask about my travel rates.
That’s more than OK and I totally get it (I turn into a big hive in front of the camera). Don’t worry, It’s my job to make you feel comfortable and get you to open up. Most of the time I’m playing fun music, telling (horrible) jokes and helping direct and pose you along the way. At the end of the day, if you’re open and you really dig the person you’re getting married to, the photos will be amazing.
Because every wedding story is unique, I like focusing my time on taking photos that help tell the story of the bride and groom as the wedding day unfolds. This includes capturing candid moments that are injected with soul, light and movement. Don’t worry, Moms! I still take classic posed photos, traditional family photos, and fun party shots.
posing and directing
Want to learn how to shoot film confidently and how to be a BOSS photographer? FIND in a Box is here to help. This film guide, by Jonathan Canlas, taught me more about shooting film in one day than 4 years in a university darkroom did. FIND in a Box is chock full of information on: film stocks, metering, cameras, posing and more. If you're ready to take your business to the next level and get out of the "Chair of Death," (aka that chair you sit in all day editing digital files) then get this guide now. It's worth it's weight in gold.