It always makes me so happy whenever I have a chance to photograph on my old analog 35mm film camera during a wedding. Someone said that when you photograph on film you see the people’s soul, when you photograph Digital you see the screen. And I agree, film has something special, this feeling that no Photoshop can replace.
While photographing Christine and Denis's Wedding in April in Boston I had a chance to shoot a roll of 35mm color negative film Kodak Ektar 100. Christine and Denis got married at the Sacred Heart Italian Church at the North End in Boston, and we walked from there to Boston Harbor to jump on the ship to enjoy cocktail hours and a spectacular view of Boston itself before the ship dropped us off at the Boston Hyatt.
The weather was beautiful that day and Kodak Ektar 100 brought this unique view and feeling to the candid images I took of the Bride and Groom.
All images I took on a 35mm camera Canon1n with a Canon EF 50mm f1.2 L – one of my favorite portrait lenses. As I mentioned before, I used Kodak Ektar 100 developed in C-41 process, and I scanned the negatives on a Flatbed scanner Epson V600.
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Jacek Dolata Photography is a Wedding and Lifestyle Portrait photographer based in Central Connecticut in the greater Hartford area. Jacek Dolata Photography provides wedding photography services in the New England and Tri State Area Region.