So jazzed* about this wedding! Absolutely incredible couple, and a really unique day. Hung out in Charleston with Alex, drove to Megan’s Aunt and Uncles’ house (where the ceremony was held), and then snuck onto a closed plantation to take some shots of them together. The latter is where the above photo was made.
Peace. – Caleb
(*so excited I’m doing jazz hands right now….really difficult to type…)
This past weekend I had the opportunity to photograph Emily and Jim’s wedding here in Birmingham. Above are some of my favorite shots from Emily’s bridal portrait session last month! I love these images and can’t wait to get their wedding film back next week.
The images were shot on Rolleiflex with Kodak BW 400 CN (Black & White) and Kodak 400 NC (Color).
This shot is a perfect example for why I don’t like the bride and groom to see each other before the wedding. This was taken right after the service and I can just sense the relaxation and joy in their demeanor. And its a real moment, not posed. So lovely!
Captured with my Rolleiflex on Kodak 400 CN.
More to come.
While Branden and I were in Austin for SXSW we went to a costume shop named Lucy in Disguise with Diamonds. Both of us tried on a costume. I tried on your basic easter bunny and Branden went with Max from Where the Wild Things Are. I loved mine and honestly considered paying $300 for the piece of crap. I’m still sad I got practical and didn’t get it. Especially with Easter being this weekend and all. Does anyone know where I can get something similar for less? It can’t be too nice. And shorts are preferred.
Shot on LOMO with Kodak 400CN.
It’s rare that I get the honor of photographing a couple on a cool foggy morning. I’m in love with the result.
Captured with a Rolleiflex on Kodak 400CN.