Leica Wedding Photography: John & Reema

Leica Wedding Photography: John & Reema

A few Leica wedding photographs from John and Reema’s wedding last April (2017).  John is my brother so I was multi-tasking on the day! (Guest and photographer!) 🙂

Wedding photography done mostly with a Leica M240 digital cameras and also the digital Leica M8 camera.

Link to photos below:

2017 Leica Wedding Photography: John & Reema Wedding Venue: Hengrave Hall, Bury Saint Edmunds IP28 6LZ Matthew Osborne Photography / MrLeica.com April 2017 John & Reema Last April (2017) I was invited to photograph John and Reema’s Hindu wedding at Hengrave Hall in Bury Saint Edmunds. John is my ‘little’ (youngest) brother so it […]

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B&W Film Wedding Photography: Harriett & Ash

B&W Film Wedding Photography: Harriett & Ash

This is what I would like to do for you at your wedding!  Leica wedding photography images using a 1950s design Leica M3 film camera (and other Leica cameras plus a Hasselblad).  If couples give me the time and showed interest these are the type of wedding photos I would like to do at every wedding (plus more outside wedding pictures when the weather is favourable!) 🙂

Link to photos below:

B&W Film Wedding Photography: Harriett & Ash Coventry Wedding Venue: Best Western Weston Hall Hotel, Bulkington Matthew Osborne Photography / MrLeica.com December 2017 Before I share some of my Leica wedding photography from the real weddings I was booked for last year here is a wedding look photoshoot from the end of 2017. UK […]

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Leica Wedding Photography: Flic & Mark

Leica Wedding Photography: Flic & Mark

Happy New Year!

One more example wedding from those covered in 2016 before I move onto wedding photography taken in 2017. Flic and Mark’s wedding shot in October 2016 at the Birmingham wedding venue Fazeley Studios, Digbeth.

Photos taken with a Leica M240 and Leica M8 digital cameras using a few different lenses (listed).

Link to photos below:

2016 Leica Wedding Photography: Mark & Flic Birmingham Wedding Venue – Fazeley Studios (191 Fazeley St, Birmingham B5 5SE) http://www.MrLeica.com October 2016 Mark & Flic Mark and Flic chose the Birmingham wedding venue Fazeley Studio in Digbeth. I knew the area from my model photography and the area attracts some of the most […]

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Leica Wedding Photography: Sarah & Cris

Leica Wedding : Sarah & Cris

Finally sharing some of the wedding photos from Sarah and Cris’s wedding back in October 2016. Leica wedding photography using a Leica M240 and Leica M8 cameras (but also a digital Hasselblad H3D-31 camera).

Link to photos below:

2016 Leica Wedding Photography: Sarah & Cris Wedding Venue: Hotel Felix, Whitehouse Ln, Huntingdon Rd, Cambridge CB3 0LX http://www.MrLeica.com October 2016 Sarah & Cris Sarah and Cris kindly invited me to cover their wedding at Hotel Felix in Cambridge last October. Cris was a fellow Leica photographer/ enthusiast so I took my usual wedding camera, […]

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Leica Wedding Photography: Sarah & Ed

2016 Leica Wedding Photography: Sarah & Ed Wedding Venue: Tythe Barn, Charbridge Lane, Launton, Bicester, OX26 4SR http://www.MrLeica.com September 2016 Sarah kindly invited me to join her and Ed on their wedding day at Tythe Barn, Bicester UK. Sarah wanted all digital wedding photograhy so I didn’t take my analogue film cameras. Thanks for […]

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Leica Wedding (*and Hasselblad!)

Here are a sample of wedding photos frorm Sarah and Ed’s wedding back in 2016.  Still catching up on blogging the 2016 weddings before I start the 2017 weddings!  Pictures include Leica wedding photography with a Leica M240 (mostly hence the Leica title) and Hasselblad wedding photography with a digital Hasselblad H3D-31.

Gallery – Leica M9 Wedding Photography

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Leica M9 Wedding Photography, a set on Flickr.

Leica M9 Wedding Photography using Voigtlander and Zeiss lenses

http://www.MatthewOsbornePhotography.co.uk – UK Leica Wedding Photographer

Leica M9 Ford Mustang!

Leica M9 Wedding Car ..and another Digital vs. Film Comparison!

Unedited shot from Leica M9 using the low saturated colour JPEG setting (as away from laptop!) Pleased with tones and the shadow depth of field using my Voigtlander 35mm f1.2 ASPH ii wide open (at f1.2). Fantastic lens.

Another unedited Leica M9 sample with the Voigtlander 35/1.2
Retro Leica M9 Wedding

If you live in the UK and want to hire this car for your wedding you can at – Mustang Wedding Company

Leica M9 vs. Medium Format Film

I think used wide open the Voigtlander 35mm f1.2 on the Leica M9 can give an almost medium format film look due to the shallow DOF and colour tones. I think if I had used one of my medium format film cameras and 120 Kodak Portra colour film it would not have been hugely different from this shot.

The 35mm is for sure my favourite plus most expensive lens so far. I do not currently own any Leica glass so I am basing my thoughts on owning: Voigtlander 15mm f4.5 (reviews to come), V 21mm f4, V 28mm f2 Ultron and VC Nokton 40mm f1.4 + Zeiss ZM 50mm f2 T, Jupiter 3 (50/1.5) and Industar 52mm f2.8 (review to follow).

For value for money the Russian lenses can do a fine job and the little VC Nokton 40/1.4 the best value Voigtlander (I think).

http://www.MatthewOsbornePhotography.co.uk – Leica M9