Lindsey and Matt’s Massachusetts barn wedding was one I had been looking forward to since I shot at the same venue the year before. The Salem Cross Inn is hands down one of our favorite venues to shoot at, and once you have seen the images we have captured each time we have been there, you can easily see why. Knowing how beautiful the property is, I wanted to really step my game up and push things as artistically as possible. We had a bright sunny day, and clear skies, leaving the door wide open for me to push the creative envelope. Since my wide selection of gear has become pretty well known, I often get asked how I choose what to bring. For this trip, being one I knew I wanted to step things up a notch, I thought it would be cool to share my gear selection and a handful of the shots taken with 3 completely different setups. I also shot the hell out of my Pentax 645N which I am absolutely loving ever since I picked it up a couple months ago.
So, here are a handful of shots I picked out and processed. The majority of these were shot with my new Leica M240, the tilt-shift shots taken with the 5D Mark3 and 45mm TS-E, and the first and last image taken with the Nikon D810 and Sigma 24 Art. Three completely different setups, used for completely different reasons, all depending on the look I wanted to achieve. I shot a lot of Fuji400H on the Pentax645N which I’ve got back from TheFINDLab and added to the blog. I also attached the quick video clip taken by Evan Bourcier with his Phantom drone at the end. Check it out!