I am very vocal about my love for film photography, and a quick scroll through my blog or social media will easily prove that. In the past, I have shown videos of my editing process, shown images of how I adjust my film, and have talked about what gear I shoot with specifically to achieve the look I want. Today, I want to dive even deeper and show you a real comparison of my film and digital images before editing.
Tomorrow is wedding no. two of my 2017 season, and I can hardly believe it! Reflecting on my 2016 season, I learned a lot about who I want to be as a wedding photographer, as well as a creative entrepreneur. Attending Jeremy Chou's Portland workshop back in October taught me a lot about film photography, and perfecting my film to digital workflow. I studied a lot over my winter break, and have headed into my new season fully prepared for the amazingness that this season is full of.
Before I was shooting film, I didn't have a solid editing routine. I was constantly adjusting the look or style to fit in with whatever trends I saw each day. I had thought because I was in Oregon, I should shoot dark & moody, even if I didn't connect with the trend myself. I had believed for almost a full year that this trend alone would get me more work.