Most of us had contact with film photography at a point in our lives. For some it was a very expensive commodity to be used only in special occasions; for others it was an experience during school/college/university boosted by the access to a dark room; for some out there it was where they began their profissional work; maybe a phase within the lomography trend… Whichever the possible scenarios among, many of us found ourselves having a previous experience with film photography that was to some degree dormant — We tell all about our relationship with film in here and how we’ve been loving it for all our personal photography. Continue reading “Back to the Past: Film photography on your wedding and session”
Back to the Past: Finding our way back to film photography
As most millennials our first contact with photography came as kids, sneaking away our parents cameras to photograph our random experiences. Then digital and our teen years started to come up and our Kodak point and shoots, Canons and Yashicas went back into the back of the office cupboards, confined to garage storage or off in a goodwill box. It’s at this moment that our very similar relation with film photography takes different paths. For Isa film photography made a quick comeback appearance while studying Cinema in university, eased in by a free access to a dark room. For Rich it wasn’t until later that it creeped back into his habits. Continue reading “Back to the Past: Finding our way back to film photography”
Photographers Gap Week in Tuscany
Hey everyone! Last May we had an amazing opportunity of joining a Photographers Gap Week that took place in Tuscany, Italy. Organized by Ben and Sirjana from Tinted Photography, this week was dedicated to connecting with fellow photographers, have some rest, and shoot together while we got to know a bit of the Tuscan region. Sharing this adventure with us were also Caitlin from Canada, Nina from Croatia, Ingvild from Norway and Patricia from Spain. Continue reading “Photographers Gap Week in Tuscany”
Love session on the Pyrenees
With the arrival of winter and cold weather we find ourselves spending a bit more time indoors having some hot tea and coffee and watching movies. So when Maria and Kevin reached out for us to do a love session, we all got in tune to the same idea. As we all live close by to the gorgeous Pyrenees it was a straightforward decision for all of us to go there in order to take advantage of the beautiful scenery. Continue reading “Love session on the Pyrenees”
Toulouse Engagement Announcement
We have known Diyana and Pierre for quite a bit now so we were so happy to hear about their recent engagement. They wanted to do something to celebrate their love and announce to their families and friends their plans to get married. Thus we arranged a photo session together for them to share their exciting news! Continue reading “Toulouse Engagement Announcement”
Backyard Wedding in Portugal
Marta and Rodrigo have been our friends for quite a few years now, so we were so excited to be photograph their wedding in top of being their guests! They got married in a small village near Porto where the bride grew up and their reception took place at her parents house backyard. Continue reading “Backyard Wedding in Portugal”
Toulouse Intimate Wedding
Diane and Pierre got married in Toulouse in a lovely late winter afternoon. The ceremony took place in the gorgeous Mairie of Toulouse where they met and gathered with their close family and friends.
Bachelorette Party session in Porto
The friends of the Bride wanted to surprise her with a special gift, so they arranged for us to do a surprise session in gorgeous Porto! We had fun with these beautiful ladies and documented their afternoon in an amazing backdrop!
Engagement Session in the Azores
Last March we had the opportunity of visiting the Azores islands in Portugal for the engagement session of Marta and Rodrigo ahead of their wedding in May!
For three days we had an amazing time exploring the São Miguel island with this amazing couple! We discovered some pretty amazing places with such a great atmosphere that mesmerized us and provided some gorgeous backdrops! From the urban sites to the different natural spots we visited everything was quite unique! To had to the perfect surrounding, we also had some wonderful local food to boost our energy levels!