While sorting through my camera gear, I came across an undeveloped roll of film tucked inside one of my cameras from a pre-COVID trip to California.
It might sound odd, but one of the best parts about shooting film photography is the lack of instant gratification. Photographs seem to have more meaning when you wait to view them (in this case, it’s been well over a year 😂).
I removed the roll from the camera, loaded it up into my developing tank, processed the film and scanned it. Here are the results:
On this same trip, I took along my Canon 518 Super 8 camera and made this short nostalgic film:
We're wedding photographers who believe how you feel on your wedding day is just as important as taking incredible pictures.
As a wedding photographer & filmmaker based in both New York City & Southern California, Tom has captured close to 200 weddings. Together, we love to celebrate with you and your friends on one of the most exciting days of your lives. It brings us such joy to capture your wedding in an artistic way, not only telling your wedding story, but also making sure to bring warmth and friendliness (and a few laughs!) to the day.