When all the elements come together such as alpine mountain locations, Rolleiflex film camera and of course a loved up couple being photographed over 3 days it is amazing what will be recorded and documented during each day.
Elopements are just beautiful, pure and simply a reflection of the couple. Amiee had a vision that on her elopement day she would be surrounded by crisp sparkling snow, and this is just what happened! Their New Zealand mountain top elopement was full of adventure and stunning location from Queenstown New Zealand to Glenorchy Valley . From Glenorchy New Zealand we took a helicopter up to The Humbolts Range where Brayden and Amiee exchanged their wedding vows at 2000 plus meters. After their emotional vows and I do's we set off too chase the light through the valley till dark.
I Photographed Brayden's and Amiee's elopement on a mix of digital and film cameras.
Shouts outs too: Heli Glenorchy and Orange Blossom Floral Design.
Film Development: Atkins Photo Lab
I am so thankful to this couple for sharing their elopement with me. Wedding Photographer Sunshine Coast.
My god I love shooting film!!! Part two… A few weeks ago I blogged part one of an all film shoot in Newcastle NSW. This was a fun collaboration between a few couples, photographers and venues. Now that 2019 is here and well underway, I find it a great time for me to reflect my last 12 months of film and also look forward to where I will be taking my films cameras.
Part two features the adventurous Rhys and Lauren.
Special thanks to Atkins Pro Lab for the timeless beautiful film development and scanning.
Film notes for part two:
Film used: kodak Portra 800, Rollei retro 400s, kodak Tmax 400
Cameras : Rolleiflex 3.5f, Canon 1n and Pentax 67ii