One of my goals for this year was to capture a wedding on 35mm film. Being the creator and founder of 35to220.com I wanted to break away from just shooting portraits on film and put myself to the ultimate test. Seeing what it was like to capture a wedding on film. Shooting film is different for many reasons, but not being able to see your images on the back of the camera is the biggest challenge when shooting a wedding.
Nikon F100 | Kodak Portra 400 | Kodak Tri-X 400 | Fine Art FIlm Lab For Develop and Scan
I reached out to my good buddy Robb Cyr who is a local wedding photographer near me and asked if he would let me tag along and capture a wedding on film. Robb thought it was a cool idea and he had a couple who welcomed the idea.
I had a great time helping capturing the day on film for Heather and Kevin at Kinney Bungalow in Rhode Island.
Thanks to Robb Cyr for letting me help capture the day.
You can check out Robb's images from the day here.