Two Couples, one farm, and one film camera

So a little while ago, I went along to the fantastic alternative wedding photographer, Assassynation‘s Sassterclass.  It was 4 days and three nights of learning, absorbing and chilling out with very cool people in a farm in the middle of the Cotswolds.   On the second day, we met two of Sassy’s couples from earlier in the year.  It was fascinating hearing them talk about how they chose Sassy, their experience with her and their resulting wedding photos.  Having real life couples talk through their thought processes and what was important to them was something extremely useful but not only that, we also got to photograph them around the farm we were staying in!  Queue lots of cooing over gorgeous laces, bling and shoes that the brides got to wear again!  Each attendee also got a short timeslot with each couple where we could take them anywhere on the farm and pose and interact with them however we liked.   There was lots of lovely barn light and diffused sunlight through the trees so off we all went.  I wanted to shoot predominantly on film during the course and these are all taken on my mamiya 645 camera.  Film scanned and developed by UK Film Lab.  Thank you to Manda and Martin, and Sharelle and Ben for being very patient and lovely.

romantic photo of bride and groom against background of hay balesbride and groom photos in a barnbride and groom gazing at each other in Hay barnfilm photography of bride and groom in a hay barndetail of veil and dressbride on a stone wall with groom looking away film photoawesome pink wedding shoesbride and groom looking at weach other with green trees aroundfilm images of wedding couple sitting on a stone wallbride and groom kissing on stone wall with stream beside thembride and groom kissing film image


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  • Love the tones! Absolutely gorgeous images.ReplyCancel

  • Wow! These are seriously GORGEOUS!! I love how completely different their outfits are and how you used different portions of the farm to suit them. Such variety, with one location and camera!ReplyCancel

  • Lindsay Hoeflinger

    Absolutely beautiful job! So soft and pretty. And you did a great job making two different styles look like they belong in the same(ish) setting.ReplyCancel

  • That last shot…. <3 <3 <3!!!!ReplyCancel