Joshua Tree on Ektar

Last month’s trip to Joshua Tree gave me another opportunity to play around with the punchy goodness of Ektar film. I love the results! There’s something about Ektar in the desert that just makes me swoon.

For more swoon-worthy images on film, you need to check out my friend Erin Gregerson’s gorgeous work from a recent wedding on Kauai here!

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These images were photographed on 120 Ektar 100 using a Hasselblad 500C/M, and developed and scanned by North Coast Photographic Services.

xoxo,
Lauren

Are you looking for a photographer for your upcoming wedding or anniversary session? Email Lauren at lauren@laurennygard.com or use the contact link on the top of this page to get in touch with San Diego Wedding Photographer Lauren Nygard! Lauren is based in Southern California but loves traveling with her camera to capture love across the globe!

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[…] I don’t shoot weddings, or at least big weddings. They stress me out and I feel like there is too much pressure. I have done several small weddings on the beach, but it’s just me trying to capture the emotion of the ceremony and then a few portraits after. When I found out that our CrossFit gym owners were getting married and didn’t have a photographer, I volunteered to take a few images for them as a gift. Since it was at noon, on the beach, I knew film would give me the best results, because it just has such a larger range than digital, and it handles bright light better without losing all the detail. I admit that I was stressing big time afterwards, not sure what I got. There is something to be said about digital in that aspect. But the waiting was worth it and I am thrilled with how the images came out. This actually made me finally decide that from now on, I will shoot one roll of film at the beginning of every client session. I just love it so much. No more rambling, enjoy the pretty pictures. We don’t have much of a blog circle on film this month, but you should totally check out Lauren Nygard’s beautiful work in Joshua Tree here […]