We are so lucky and privileged in the job that we do because we get to travel to new and amazing places of the world. Last September we traveled to Holbaek, an hour outside of Copenhagen in Denmark to photograph Louise and Michael’s wedding. After our three fun-filled days with them, we headed back to Copenhagen to see a city we’d never seen before.
Having spent the past three days dragging two heavy bags of digital cameras and lenses around, James put all those hours of playing Tetris into real life practice and tessellated the heck out of all the camera gear in order to fit it into the tiny hotel safe! We left ourselves just a trusty 35mm rangefinder from the 70s , a Canon QL17 GIII (a poor man’s Leica if you will) and strolled the streets, parks and waterways of Copenhagen.
All of these were shot on expired films ranging from FP4 from 2002 to Velvia 50 from 1995 and many in between – some did slightly better than others… Enjoy some random holiday snaps!