Using my Bronica ETRS at a weddingSome film photographs from Lucy and Ant's Hampshire wedding
Did I mention that I love to shoot film every now and then?
Last night I developed the roll of film I shot at Lucy and Ant’s wedding earlier this month at Rivervale Barn in Yateley, Hampshire.
Have to say, I am really quite pleased with how these came out!
While I shot most of their day using digital cameras, I’m really pleased I took my old Bronica ETRS with me. It’s possibly the most clunky and awkward camera I own, but it takes a fantastic photograph when you put the effort in.
Annoyingly, I only fired off the one roll and with 120mm film you only get 16 shots. Typically, this ran out when I was taking Lucy and Ant’s portraits shortly after their ceremony. And truth be told, I really wish I loaded another roll despite the harsh light.
As a result, this little series of pictures very much documents Lucy’s morning and then shows the happy couple after the ceremony. 🙂
I hope you like these and look out for more images from this fantastic wedding soon!
View more wedding blogs
As a photographer, I’m always on the look out for a nice contrast of colours.
I love photographing the first dance. It’s easily one of my favourite parts of the day to capture.
Here’s a shot from Amanda and James’s wedding, taken at Patricks Barn that I absolutely love.
Get in touch
I shoot a maximum of 30 weddings a year, with key days booking up quickly. So please contact me with plenty of time to see if your date is available.
To discuss your wedding, get in touch with Colin D Miller Photography today.