When Nicole called me, one of the first things she told me was that she knew for sure that she wanted Super 8. I always get excited when I hear that because shooting film is just so much fun and you know the results are going to blow your mind and theirs when you see it.
Their wedding was so beautiful and timeless, preserving it with the elegance and romance of film was a great decision! Watching the film casually, it's actually hard to tell what decade this took place! We had a complete blast all day, and had the pleasure of working with Kingston Chow on our team as well. Getting their film back and watching it was like Christmas morning as a kid, seeing each new shot was like opening another present.
Sit back and enjoy, and let the film draw you in! We hope you enjoy this film as much as Kyle and Nicole do.
Technical info for the nerds :-)
Shot on the Canon 814 Auto Zoom, Film stocks used were all Fuji, 64ASA Daylight, 500ASA Daylight and 500ASA Tungsten for the indoor shots. A single Arri 650 light was used for the indoor shots and lit the scenes quite nicely. Many thanks to the folks at Pro8mm in Burbank, CA for their support, recommendations, and hard work on the processing and telecine. Can't wait to roll film again!