Shyani's 1:1 Mentoring with Sheri McMahon Photography on medium format film cameras.
The beautiful model is @Pamelaa.Roch who was amazing to work with and was always smiling and perfect despite the freezing conditions (we love you!) 🌬🌊🌧❄️
We love film, we really really love film! We cannot emphasise this enough. When we tell our clients about this, they think “oh, you take video?” (which we do, but that’s not what we would be referring to). We are transitioning into becoming hybrid shooters – this means we shoot a mixture of both film and digital mediums – we just want to give our couples the best possible images we can, and this means we shoot and edit timeless looking images. Shooting film is slower, it’s more intimate, it’s expensive and it can be frustrating to change rolls (one roll of medium format film only has 15 exposures on it!). So why do we want to do it? 1. To save time - film scans, when shot correctly only require minor tweaks during post processing and this SAVES US TIME! We do spend quite a bit of time matching our film images to our digitals, but we just love the look and feel of film and want to bring you the most perfect images we can. The results speak for themselves. Check out the images Shyani took on her 1:1 film mentoring session with the fabulous and talented Sheri McMahon and see what we mean.
Moments Photography & Film | Sydney Wedding Photographer
@Kellsiebainmakeup did a wonderful job on the makeup, it was so elegant and classy.
@idyllstudio.co put together such a gorgeous bouquet of flowers! It was a joy to capture.
@tanzilia.id Designed the most dreamy dress we’ve ever seen 😍
Camera: Pentax 645n II (Medium Format)
Lens: Pentax 105mm 2.4
Film Lab: @atkins.pro.lab
Light Meter: Sekonic L-358
Location: Cape Solander lookout, Kurnell, Sydney Australia