Not all weddings are suitable for the all-film approach but Reeve & Alana’s wedding was which was great news for all of us since we were huge fans of the analogue film. One the inherent limitations of film is the ability to handle very low light. I’ve previously written an article (When Light Falls) on how to squeeze every inch of available light to make film possible in low lighting condition. With Reeve & Alana’s wedding, we were blessed with a church ceremony venue which has sufficient available light that makes a combination of high speed films and wide-opened prime lenses possible.
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Church Ceremony: Methodist Girls’ School (MGS)
Filmed exclusively on FujiFilm Superia 800, Kodak Portra 160 & TRI-X 400