What was it like for wedding photographers in the 80s? Before the digital age, all they had were a few rolls of film. Imagine what the pressure would be. You only have a limited number of chances ( 36 per roll). You wouldn't be able to see what your photos looked like: dark or bright, clear or blurry. The answer would only come when the day was over and you came back from the lab. All you have is your eyes and your quick judgment of what the right setting for the scene should be. Make no mistake. Because when you finally realized it, the moments would have gone forever.
Recently, Analox became more and more fond of shooting in film. He loves the tonality, the retro look, and the total awareness when shooting film. Last Sunday, Analox felt like experiencing this feeling of wedding photographers in the old days so he put a roll of Lucky SuperNew 200 to his beloved OM1 and headed to the wedding of Joycelyn and Kenneth.Here's what it turned out.