Housmans, Church Stretton, Shropshire – Vegetable Assiette – Cauliflower and Parsnip Risotto , Parmesan Shavings, Goats Cheese and Pomegranate Filo Parcel, Heirloom Tomato and Pine Nut Salad

35mm Black and White Wedding Photography

The recent post on Black and White Wedding Photography {USP} by photopreneur stuck a chord with me and Kevin Mullins does a great job. I personally prefer the intimacy of black and white images and mainly use a prime 35mm lens to give a “human eye” view. On a Dx format sensor equivalent to around 50mm on a standard  Fx or “old school” 35mm film camera. The f1.8 lens gives great sharp quality in low light and nice depth to the images. Whilst it would be tough to only use one lens, my other body normally has a 16-85mm for wide and zoom, however the 35mm makes you move around to get the frame and background which isn’t always a bad thing. Digital technology offers the option to shoot in colour and post process into black and white giving the images a timeless appearance which are very popular when Giclee printed on textured high quality paper.

So for me Prime lens 35mm Black and White Wedding images  – {unique selling point}