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Marilyn and Chris- A Woodlands at Algonkian Wedding

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Marilyn and Chris- A Woodlands at Algonkian Wedding

Marilyn and Chis are married!!
(You can see their engagement session here.)

They invited their closest family and friends to the Woodlands at Algonkian in Sterling, Virginia for their wedding.

Marilyn and her bridesmaids all got ready at the cottages next to the Potomac River. Everyone then moved to the Woodlands for the ceremony and reception. After the ceremony, we were able to take a joy ride around the area in some snazzy blue golf carts for portraits.

Marilyn and Chris- Thank you so much for allowing Katy, Julius, and I to be a part of your wedding day!! 

Huge thank you to Julius for second shooting and Katy for assisting//being the best golf cart driver!! 

-Becca

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Snowy Film Love- Kelley's Portrait Session

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Snowy Film Love- Kelley's Portrait Session

Instead of doing my usual Film Scan of the Day, I did a mini portrait session with my childhood friend Kelley. I wanted to catch up on my 365 (I may have been cheating a little bit), so we went out wandering the day after a huge snowstorm.
I am actually starting to really enjoy using the Mamiya c330f TLR. After getting it, I was skeptical, but I've learned to adapt my shooting workflow to this magical little camera. Shooting in a square format is completely different than shooting anything else composition wise. Shooting with the 645 is just like shooting with most SLRs, so adapting was a piece of cake. The look of film is so yummy. The amount of time I spend editing on all of these images? 30 seconds. Love it!

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Film notes: Kodak Portra 400 & Fuji 400h. Mamiya c330f w/ 80mm 2.8 along with Mamiya 645AFD w/80mm 2.8 and 50mm 2.8. Scanned by Indie Film Lab.

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