Photojournalistic 35 mm Film Wedding Photography

Montreal wedding at Chalet des Erables wedding venue captured on 35 mm film
Montreal wedding at Auberge Willow Inn venue captured on 35 mm film. Bride and bridesmaids have a toast before wedding ceremony

Add film to any wedding photography package; with a mix of digital and film scans, your gallery will hold a nostalgic charm that adds an extra layer of emotion. Preserve the timeless essence of your special day with the unique aesthetics and authentic feel of film photography.

Film photography on a wedding day brings a sense of nostalgia that digital simply can't replicate. Ever since I began shooting film, I have become more intentional with the moments I capture, bringing more emotions and creativity to the imagery I create. The choice to begin photographing weddings using 35 mm film is more than just a trend. It’s about creating timeless photos that you can look back on for years to come, that will transport you back to that very moment on your wedding day.

Emily + Simon's Chalets des érables Montreal wedding

Anne-Catherine + Jeremie's auberge willow inn wedding

Sandra + Mathieu's Chateau Vaurdeuil Wedding

This late August wedding was held at a charming sugar shack near Montreal and perfectly combined rustic farm vibes with a touch of refined elegance.

Sandra and Mathieu's unforgettable wedding at Chateau Vaudreuil, a 17th-century castle on the picturesque Lac des Deux-Montagnes near Montreal, was a perfect blend of elegance and luxury.

Anne-Catherine and Jeremie's wedding took place at the charming Auberge Willow in Hudson, Quebec. This 200-year-old inn offered a perfect blend of rural beauty and country elegance, with breathtaking views of the Lake of Two Mountains.

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