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Kendra and Elliott’s engagement session

Just over two years ago I documented her sister Kacey’s wedding – and next summer I’ll be doing the same at her wedding.   It’s always nice when when a close friend or family member of one of my previous brides reaches out to have me photograph their wedding.

Met up with Kenda and Elliott in Golden to capture a few shots.   Mix of digital and film on this one, of course as usual I think the film portraits are amongst my favorites.

 

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and of course a few of my film favorites.

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Recently NIK came out with an update to their digital editing software called Analog Effects Pro.   Now I’m a big fan of if I want it to look like film – I’ll shoot film – and rarely do I like effects that try (and usually fail horribly) to mimic the look and feel of film that I love so much.   But still I’ve been a big fan of NIK’s Silver EFEX and Viveza so I thought I’d give it a try.

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I did find I liked some of the vintage camera options – light leaks and all.   A little too “gimmicky” I think for most wedding work but it might find itself being used from time to time in personal projects where I wish I had my Holga with me or something a little rough around the edges for a certain shot.