In 2007, I had the opportunity to photograph two love birds. They were just starting their relationship, maybe a few months into it. The chemestry between them was amazing and inspiring. Fast forward to January 2014 an article about their awesome relationship was published a month ago in a lovely printed magazine. The wedding was a very beautiful, romantic and special moment packed with gorgeous and very special people.
New branding and workshops webpage. I'm hoping future participants find this website to be very informative and useful.
There will be more seminars, projects and workshops added to site each month. For now, it's up and running! Check iit out! http://workshops.aliciakidd.com Let me know what you think. ;)
I don't normally think, I want to scan this film, clean it up and process my digital files to look like film and then scratch them up. But that's what I did. Good things can come from a little experimenting. And happy mistakes. ;) I had already post-processed all the photos, made the books, while waiting for the books, missed placed the CD and voila, a new post process was born while franticly exporting all photographs again.
In my previous post about my favorite wedding photos, I re-edited a few of them. The few that I didn't get to play with. I enjoyed re-editing "old" photos. By "old" I mean weddings that I shot more than 10 months ago. Once you hand in those photos, you forget about them. I'm trying to go back and revisit those moments, those gorgeous weddings and retouch the best images using new techniques, or little tricks that I've learned along the way. Its fun! You should try it.
This wedding is by far one of my favorites. The fun I had with five cameras is indescribable... I not only used polaroids, 220 film, and digital but I also met some pretty cool people. The ceremony was right on the sand of the hotel in Río Grande and the reception was inside a beautiful restaurant. The food was great, the guests were happy and that made for wonderful pictures! These images are a mix of medium format film and full frame digital processed as color, cross process and black and white.