I've always been inspired by the Ille-et-Rance canal. Its banks talk to me of quiet, slow living by the water.
This vague, impalpable impression was the starting point of this inspiration shot.
A sunny evening at the end of the summer seemed ideal to emphasize the gentle feeling tinted with just a drop of nostalgia. The choice of a silver camera arised from the same idea.
The soft light and the use of film photography emphasize the gentle and serene aspect of the scenery while bringing out the delicacy of the bride's complexion for a very poetic rendering of the scene.
Fine-art film photography is the perfect choice for the bride & groom who want delicate, timeless, romantic images of their wedding.
This wedding inspiration shot has been published by Mlle Bride.
Design;: Rachel Rousseau & Catherine Saint-James
Photography: Amours Délices et Orgues | |
Lab: Indie Film Lab
Photo Assistant: Pierre Le Sayec
Gown: Tara Deva
Flowers: Les fleurs d'ÉmiliJolie | |
Hair: Home Sweet Hair |
Rings: L'atelier joaillerie | |
Venue: L'Ille Flottante |
Model: Rozenn Sine Spina |