Wedding Photos

We had a great family wedding in the last weekend in October. Although I have several digital cameras, I chose to shoot film because I wanted to create images that stand out in our modern, color, digital world.

Square photographs were shot with a Zeiss Ikon Super Ikonta 532/16 with a 80mm 2.8 tessar lens on Ilford Delta 3200 film shot at EI1600 and processed in DD-X 1+5 for 11 minutes. Rectangles were shot with a Nikon F100 and 85mm f/1.8 lens on 35mm Kodak Tri-X 400 and processed in DD-X 1+4 for 8 minutes with no agitation for the last 2 minutes. These were printed in the darkroom, scanned and photoshopped ’til I was happy.

About scott

I live in Minneapolis Minnesota and have a passion for making portraits with view cameras and large format black and white film. In the last ten years, I have been drawn to older film cameras and large film formats up to 8x10 inch negatives. I also spend a fair amount of time perfecting recipes for pasta sauce, home-made pizza and vegetarian soup. When not engaged in the previously mentioned pursuits, I think about which 14,000 foot mountain will be number 7.
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