Keith Pitts Photography Keith + Melissa Photographers
One of us is focused on the couple while the other roams the wedding landscape, visually chronicling all that would otherwise go unnoticed. Together combing to retell your complete wedding story.
Many of the photographers that are part of film's revival seem to break out a medium format camera for a few portraits and call themselves "film" photographers supplementing their digital output with a few rolls of film. We supplement our film wedding coverage with a handful of digital images.
We have been using film since our business opened back in 1993.
You might see anything from a manual focus rangefinder (Leica + Zeiss), medium format (Pentax), SLR - film and digital (Canon), mirrorless digital (Sony + Fuji), large format 4x5 or 8x10 - at any given moment. We use the camera that reacts to the way we see. Every tool has a purpose.
For Super 8 films, we use original Canon film movie cameras from the 1970's. Wait till you hear that sound!
Since each wedding is unique, the number varies - but an average is between 500-800 edited images for a full wedding day.
Just email or give us a call! We require 50% retainer to secure any open date we have available.
We love to travel! Passports are always current.
Super 8 Film - Lindsey and Wes