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Monochrome Wedding Photography

Monochrome Wedding Photography Here’s a thing then. We love monochrome wedding photography, not just wedding photography but all photography in the full range of grey. We consider ourselves to be the doyen of black and white wedding photography. A former owner of one of the more well known wedding blogs once described us as “The…

Wedding Photographer

Wedding Photographer I don’t really think of myself as a wedding photographer, although that is where most of my income comes from. I see myself as a photographer who does weddings. A few years ago, and certainly when I started, that was not unusual. Most photographers who did weddings did other things as well, it…

Lake District Wedding Photography

Lake District wedding photography   We have worked all over the world but in the end we are based in Kendal and we love to document the weddings of local couples right here on our doorstep in the glorious English Lake District. I can’t believe it’s nearly a year since we got the keys to…

Storrs Hall Wedding Photography.

We don’t do anywhere enough of this blogging thing, too busy taking and printing pictures, so we thought maybe we should put that right. As a Lake District wedding photographer we documented Christian and Michele’s fabulous wedding right on our door step at St Martin’s Church and Storrs Hall in Bowness on Windermere.   The…

Why I Never Stopped Using Film

Well almost never stopped… For a few months I did stop using film but it was a brief period of mourning.   From the moment I first saw a print emerge under the dim red light of the Art School darkroom in 1974 I was hooked. I gave up my ambitions to become a painter and…

5 comments
  • RajJanuary 6, 2016 - 6:35 pm

    Hi Steven
    I completely agree. I started with digital when I first got into photography 3 years ago, but soon discovered film, and love the imperfection and lack of clinical, sterile perfection that digital images all too often have. Now I shoot a mix of film and digital, but the digital bodies usually work with legacy lenses (ranging between 40-70 years of age) on them.
    Love your work!
    Raj 🙂ReplyCancel

    • steveJanuary 7, 2016 - 12:36 pm

      Thank you for you comment and kind words about my work Raj.ReplyCancel

  • Helene BarretteJanuary 6, 2016 - 9:06 pm

    Hi Steven,
    I so agree too! I always loved grains. I was never interested in digital. (well just a very brief moment, a few months.) The only digi cam I have is my Ipod with Hipstamatic. To me what is the point in digital if you want the photos to look like it was taken with film!ReplyCancel

    • steveJanuary 7, 2016 - 12:37 pm

      Thank you for your comments Helene. I’m glad you are enjoying working with film, long may we continue.ReplyCancel

  • steveJanuary 7, 2016 - 12:39 pm

    Thank you Marie. I hope you continue to work with film and enjoy the printing of your images.ReplyCancel

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