A couple of months ago I was asked by some friends of mine that I’ve known since highschool, if I was willing to take some pictures at their surprise wedding. They planned the day as a namegiving ceremony for their youngest offspring Alberte. What the unsuspecting friends and family members didn’t know was that there would be a private ceremony in their garden later in the day. The whole day was very romantic in that special laid back way, which I rather enjoy as opposed to the typical over styled setup weddings.
Now for the photo-geekery stuff!
I used 3 cameras: the x100s with its 23mm f/2, the X-Pro1 with the 56mm f/1.2 and the XT-1 with the 35mm f/1.4
This setup was FUN to use! I could cover all situations without ever needing a zoom lens. It was great! For post processing I chose a hi-key approach for the black and whites, and for the color photos I processed using VSCO film Fuji Astia and Velvia simulations, while upping the exposure, to also hi-key them.
And with this, a huge congratulations to Thomas and Susan. I wish you all the best for your future.