The first photographs were born in 1800 together with the photographic negative.
From that moment on it has been possible to “write light” on silver gelatin paper.
Film Wedding Photography is the oldest photographic technique for reproducing , developing and printing images through films, darkrooms and chemical processes.
Today, shooting a wedding with analog photography means traveling through time.
It means immersing yourself between history and tradition, to obtain unique and true works of art.
Unique, as you are.
Analog photography does not require editing, post-production or preset filters.
The printing technique of film photos naturally gives depth, color, light and harmony to the images.
Indelible memories that will remain forever.
mastery and emotional skills
The wedding photographer who shoots film photography must slow down the world around him.
He must observe the light and the colors, feel the most exciting moments and capture them with extreme attention and care.
This is how authentic and real memories can be achieved.
Quality instead of quantity
A film wedding photographer does not take thousands and thousands of photos.
Each picture impressed in film becomes an essential and precise memory in its purpose: this is something that is also appreciated by those who are photographed.
Only the best handpicked images that tell indelible emotions over time.
Chemical processes and physical products
Photos on film are printed one by one in a traditional way, with a chemical process that makes them “emerge” before the eyes.
You can achieve printed wedding photographs, which go back to being physical and tangible.
Film photos that are handcrafted in the dark room with skill and creativity.
Uniqueness of color, light and texture
In both black and white and color, photos on film have the ability to fully capture highlights , shadows and details.
Thee results are natural images with a wide and true range of colors and typical film grain.
Images that will amaze you through time, as you’ll never stop looking at them.
Shooting with film, in the whole process up to the final print, light is the master and we can talk about Analog Wedding Photography.
In Analog Photography it is exciting to go back to talk about films and manual exposures, slow shots and attention to the “click”.
But it is equally exciting to go back to the dark room and redo those gestures that seemed to have disappeared forever…