I'm going to be in San Antonio shooting their wedding this coming weekend; about time I featured their engagement session up on the blog! Derya here is a makeup artist that I've worked with on a number of occasions and Adam is an actor and filmmaker. In other words, these are my people here! It was great to have a shoot here in Brooklyn since they're making the move out to L.A. by way of a few months in San Antonio. We rambled around Williamsburg and ended up at one of their favorite places, Cafe Collette. Cool joint, great cocktails. Not a bad way to wrap up a shoot!
And for you photo-heads, this is the second of my shoots to process with Visual Supply Company's Film Packs. I freaking LOVE these plug-ins. The best I've seen at replicating the tones and feel of film. I believe I edited this shoot mostly with Film Pack 01, primarily using the plug-ins for Fuji 800Z. But I'm a real big fan of the Kodak Portra 160VC plugins in Film Pack 02, I can't get enough of it. What's great about all of this though is that you're not locked into one look, everything is fully customizable with all the tools that you usually have within Lightroom. If you've been missing the look of film in your digital images, you best check it out.
Congrats again, Adam and Derya! Can't wait to see you both in San Antonio!