Meghan and Jason's Wedding
St Paul's the Apostle and
The Metropolitan Club,
New York, New York
The Metropolitan Club, a favorite of mine, has an extraordinary entryway where time, space and architecture collide. It's one of the best New York City has to offer. It's architecture is old world, it is large, gilded and ornate with marble everywhere, it has enormous mirrors, red curtains and chandeliers with sweet painted ceilings. Amazing.
The bride wore her grandmother's 1956 gown which had been lovingly restored. It had also been worn by the bride's mother, it was a third generation wedding gown. So sweet and so beautiful. Despite the rain that clouded the day, the day was everything the couple could have hoped for. Perfect.
I shot this wedding with combination of film and digital cameras. The film cameras I used were the Contax 645, the Hasselblad and the Widelux. The digital cameras I used were the Canon Mark ll and a digital Holga for effect!
Congratulations Meghan and Jason!
Labels: Contax 645, Hasselblad, Ilford Film, Kodak Film, Metropolitan Club, New York City Wedding, New York Wedding, Recent Wedding, Summer Wedding, Vintage Wedding Gown, Why Film, Widelux