“A” and “F” got married at the incredibly beautiful Belmond El Encanto Hotel, in the hills overlooking Santa Barbara. Southern California weddings are such a good fit with real film photography, because film captures the sunlight in a way digital can’t. You can really see it in these images. I love that asymmetrical floral arrangement…
Rachel and Greg got married at the Lavender Inn in Ojai, CA. This is one of my favorite wedding venues in Ojai! They had a sweet “first look” before the ceremony. Greg was pretty nervous… Nerd stuff: Cameras: Mamiya 645AF, Nikon F100 Films: Kodak Portra 400, Kodak Tri-X Fuji Frontier scanner.
Tony and Wendy got married on a little island off the coast of Portland, ME. The ceremony was at a house overlooking the bay, and the reception was held at the Inn on Peaks Island. Cameras: Nikon F100 (35mm), Mamiya 645AF (medium format) Film: Kodak Portra 400 Save
Sarah and Chris got married at Serra Cross Park, which has a 300° panoramic view of Ventura and the Pacific Ocean. Their ceremony was at the Museum of Ventura County. Cameras: Nikon F100 (35mm) and Mamiya 645AF (medium format) Film: Kodak Portra 400 (color) and Ilford XP2 (black and white) Save Save
Bridal shoes, waiting for their big moment. From a wedding in Carpinteria, CA.
Megan and Morgan got married at the Mandalay Beach Embassy Suites (Oxnard, CA). Here are a few images from their sweet day. Cameras: Nikon F100 and Mamiya 645AF. Film: Kodak Portra 400 and Ilford XP2.