As a Boston film wedding photographer, I new I needed to attend the Halide Workshop to work more on my craft. Elizabeth LaDuca is one of the best to learn from in the Boston industry, and I was so excited to be able to glean more from her! Spending a whole day capturing these soft moments on film in a large open space is the stuff my dreams are made of.
The day featured many different vignette’s to capture. There was an invitation suite setup, two different models, some moody florals against a dark backdrop, and a tables-cape where we ate our incredible lunch from Uncommon Feasts. We heard from Gabby about how to cull and match our digital to film. Arielle spoke spoke a little about being relational with your clients in order to get the best emotion out of them. The day was a good combination of learning and playing!
Check out each vendors’ instagrams who were included in this beautiful day:
Workshop lead: @elizabethladuca
Editorial Design and guest photographer: @ggabriella
Guest photographer: @arielledphotography
Paper goods: @augustandosceola
Hair and Makeup: @aliciadane
Wedding Dress: @ceremony_boston
Styling goods: @shopromanticist
Furniture Rentals: @kadeemarentals
Film lab: @photovisionprints
Boston Wedding Film Photographer – @katherinebrackmanphotography
Mary fit perfectly in this Ceremony Boston wedding gown. I loved her short hair style with this adorable dress!
This backdrop studio setup was by Luna Moss and she did an amazing job with this simplistic, rustic look.
My first time shooting on Portra was with these dark and moody florals, and it was a fun experience!
I was able to capture some portraits for Kendra of K.Engel Photography and Jess of Jess K. Feiden Photography.
Here is another full film shoot I did this past Fall – Autumnal Wedding Inspiration Editorial