Black and White Photography Behind the scenes of a wedding March 28, 2015 Tascha Eipe | Mumbai, Maharashtra, India Shot on a Yashica-A TLR camera with an Ilford Delta 3200 Professional Black and White Negative Film (120 Roll Film). Advertisements Share thisClick to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related #Film#Make-up#Mehndi#Wedding Post navigation ← Etched in wrinkles Minukku vesham in Kathakali → 91 thoughts on “Behind the scenes of a wedding” Wow! I have to admit I am a gear junkie. The moment i saw a yeshica tlr I had to comment. I have the same camera (handed down by my granddad) in working condition. Its quite an unusual perspective in this image. Something poignant yet muted. More TLR images please. Reply ↓ Differently captured moments.Different from all the wedding photographs we are used to see in the social networks.Thanks for sharing. Reply ↓ Unusual composition, so original :) Reply ↓ Looks like the photo was shot at a charismatic Christian service. Be Healed!! Reply ↓ Layer upon layer in this photo – starting with your equipment and the development of film – then the bride, her father?, a blessing? or more henna?, the traditional elements, the modern attire. Is she in love?, is she happy? The grainy-ness acts like a veil so that none of these things is fully clear. Reply ↓ Interesting frame. Reply ↓ looks realy cools. Like the composition and the light Reply ↓ Reblogged this on IndianDrifter and commented: I have been following the words of Joshi Daniel and he is pure brilliance. Especially the B/W or monochrome images just sing. Reply ↓ All the preparations for the big day in one’s life:) Nice Reply ↓ nice compo :) Reply ↓ great composition, Daniel Reply ↓ Great work! Reply ↓ Very nicely done Joshi. Reply ↓ Quite unusual scene handsomely framed!Nice POV Joshi ! Reply ↓ Beautiful image, Joshi. Interesting choice of gear too. You used it very well :) Reply ↓ Depth of Field is spot on, nice shot. Reply ↓ This is a beautiful photo, and inspirational, and full of meanings… Reply ↓ Yashica-A it’s a great classic camera. Interesting composition and nice analog texture. Reply ↓ Awesome pic Reply ↓ I like how the grains look. Nice! Reply ↓ I have a Yashica Mat. I am surprised at the result. And the big viewfinder on TLRs. Too bad they went out of style. Reply ↓ Interesting how the hands are the clearest in the picture and the background subdued. <3 Reply ↓ superb composition :-) Reply ↓ Hands are an important part of every wedding… from holding to rings <3 Lovely POV Reply ↓ Stunning shot. Loved it. Reply ↓ Love the texture, emotion of this image. Thanks for sharing Reply ↓ WOW! is the word….!! Reply ↓ A superb study all the better for being shot on film Reply ↓ Nice Reply ↓ Reblogged this on Crazy Pasta Child. Reply ↓ Nice light on the hands – cool you’re using such a classic format and equipment. Reply ↓ atmospherically mystical :-) Reply ↓ Very nice capture! Reply ↓ Magnificient! Reply ↓ Very arty! :-) Love the focus on her hennaed hands. Reply ↓ I love the true reportage approach to wedding photography. This is a superb example. Thanks! Reply ↓ Love this action shot Joshi with her hands as the focal point. Gorgeous! Reply ↓ nice click Reply ↓ I like the focus here. :) Reply ↓ Loved the focus and theme Reply ↓ Cool! you’ve been working with the good old reels, eh! Awesome work here. :) Reply ↓ very nice :D Reply ↓ Very nice capture Reply ↓ Capture is fantastic… Reply ↓ So very different .. Such a lovely focus Reply ↓ Wonderful capture! Reply ↓ Your composition is so interesting, and as everyone has mentioned, the hands are a wonderful focus. I am guessing that she is having more makeup/henna applied? But it doesn’t really matter. Reply ↓ Fascinating insight! Reply ↓ Time for everyone to breath in and breath out! Reply ↓ Very cool. Reply ↓ Stunning. Reply ↓ Beautiful hennaed hands! Love the focus in this shot – masterly! Reply ↓ Fascinating capture, like the mood and atmosphere you created, great work! Reply ↓ Nice shot. Reply ↓ very intriguing. Love how it’s black and white. I wonder what he’s doing. Reply ↓ Another GREAT shot Joshi!! Reply ↓ Awesome, Joshi! Intimate! Reply ↓ Nice.:) Please do check my post and comment if you like: https://www.indiblogger.in/indipost.php?post=452573 Reply ↓ a master makes great photos with any gear as just demonstrated here. Reply ↓ absolute brilliant focus!!! Emotional, intimate and very close. Reply ↓ Great shot Joshi! Reply ↓ Interesting use of DOF to capture the tattoos. Reply ↓ I’ve become a great fan of all your black and white portraits :-) Reply ↓ Beautiful as well as classic. Reply ↓ Interesting composition. I like the focus on the fingers. But still the image makes me ask what is going on there. Reply ↓ Amazing photo. I love how you focused those hands. hugs Reply ↓ a wonderful shot !!! though I am a rookie , I find the technique used to be amazing Reply ↓ Art is everywhere :-) steady hands and a listening ear a prerequisite for this kind of preparation I’m sure Joshi ! Lovely . Reply ↓ Fantastic perspective. :) Reply ↓ Love it! Reply ↓ Wonderful shot. Reply ↓ I enjoy it when clients ask me to shoot behind the scenes at their weddings. It’s one of the highlights of doing such assignments. Who got married? Reply ↓ Perfect point of focus with this shot ~ Reply ↓ Lovely mehndi. :) Reply ↓ An unusual and beautiful composition, with your perfect B&W as usual…I wish I had ideas like these! Reply ↓ nice selective focus Reply ↓ Great behind the scenes photo. Reply ↓ I like the photo. Wedding preparations are so involved, and that seems to be the case universally. Love the film rendering and the DOF blur. Reply ↓ It’s a somewhat eerie image, but all the more beautiful for it. Reply ↓ A fine relaxing moment! Reply ↓ Love :) Reply ↓ Nice and cool… Still in action :) Reply ↓ wow. this was very cool Reply ↓ Very nice feeling,did you post or have a whole reportage of that?Could be interesting to see (from me from Europe eh eh) Reply ↓ Amazing photo, so much emotion captured! Reply ↓ Amazing Reply ↓ Great point of view. Reply ↓ Beautiful shot! The sight of a woman before the wedding and it’s tiring and exciting all the same Reply ↓ Behind the scene Pictures of a wedding is something even better than album. Reply ↓ Wonderful Photography..!! Reply ↓ thank you :) Reply ↓ Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... 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