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Lomography and weddings? A match made in heaven!

Recently, one of my best friends got married and he asked me to make a couple of portraits down in a park in downtown Warschau the day after the wedding. I used a couple of camera’s: the Lomo LC-A, Ricoh GR1s and a Canon AE-1, respectively loaded with Fuji T64, Kodak EBX and Kodak Portra 160VC.

I can strongly recommend the Fuji T64 because of the romantic pink and purple colors when cross-processed. And of course the Portra is unbeatable when it comes to natural colors and it manages hard sunlight very well. The Kodak EBX resulted in some really strong contrast because of the strong sun that day, which, to me, doesn’t work that well in this case.

Some extras from the wedding-day itself:

And here are some other pictures I made together with two other photographers on a wedding. Most of the work we did there was digital but on the sideline we made a couple of analogue shots. We connected the Lomo LC-A with a wireless transmitter to two flashes. We should definitely work more with this medium.

written by cubilas

5 comments

  1. pomps

    pomps

    great photos! love the ones with the couple jumping!

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  2. wallflowersforjane

    wallflowersforjane

    i really like the shots with the wireless transmitter and two flashes! do tell us how you did that!

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  3. cubilas

    cubilas

    hmm, I think I'll make a seperate post about that, so a little bit of patience and then you'll read all about it.

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  4. lalalalalalala

    lalalalalalala

    I think you did a fantastic job! I would love to have my wedding photographs taken with film.
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  5. arlakze

    arlakze

    Nice Shoot
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