Film vs. Digital photography

My heart is creative at it’s core and I wanted to photograph this editorial from a unique perspective.

I played with black and white images, movement, and lots of styling.

It is featured today on Once Wed and I could not be happier.

See more here.

Natalie Choi Events did a wonderful job with this creative vision.

She created a mood board to send to all vendors

and her design was about opposites. i.e. Feminine & Edgy, Dark & Light, etc.

One of the MANY reasons I am a film photographer… is because it is a timeless medium.

It brings out the nuances in the frame.

It depicts light, shadows, movement in an effortless way.

It is rewarding to shoot. It makes me stop, compose, and really think about what I am capturing.

I believe it is good to push yourself as an artist and every time I pic up my camera it reminds me to do that very thing.

Thank you to ALL the amazing vendors who were a part. I am completely honored to have been a part.

The film was all shot on the Contax 645 with Porta 400, Ilford 3200, and Kodak Tri-X.

Photography Natalie Bray | Event Design Natalie Choi Events |

Floral Design Studio Mondine | Dress LOHO Bride | Makeup by Quis |

Paper Goods Plume Calligraphy | Tabletop Rentals Chairs + Cups | Chairs The Chiavari Guys |

Linens La Tavola Linen | Jewelry Grace Lee Designs | Cake Bliss Confections | Model Nicole

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