Interested in shooting more film at weddings? This tip is for you! We get it, shooting film can be a bit scary at first. Especially at weddings, where precious memories unfold all day long and it’s your responsibility to document them properly. Learning to trust your gear and your workflow without the safety of a digital back takes some getting used to, but once you hit your rhythm and find your sweet spot, you’ll feel more confident . . .
Today, we're demystifying the process of shooting a double exposure on film in camera with film photographer Brian D. Smith, who captured Belle Lumière's Summer 2019 Emerging Film Photographer with this beautiful image. Read on to learn how Brian created this showstopper:
What is one of the most effective ways to show us what you want your film scans to look like? Side-by-sides! These simple powerhouses take but a moment, but can greatly reduce the time you have to spend behind a computer editing your film scans. Here's how they work: