Film//May 18, 2011


Way back in 1990 I processed my first roll of film by hand, then headed to the darkroom and learned how to make prints. For more than eight years I did my own processing and printing, mostly black & white and occasionally color. So I’m no stranger to shooting film. Digital came along and the anticipation over seeing images from a freshly developed roll of film disappeared. Instant gratification is king now. Recently I’ve been playing around with my Holga (a $30 plastic camera) and film. While I didn’t process or print these myself the anticipation of waiting to get that roll of film back made me feel like a kid in a candy camera store all over again.

Film :: Fuji Pro 400H Color Negative Film ISO 400, 120mm


Award-winning wedding photographer Lori Barbely splits her time between Orlando, Florida and the New York/New Jersey area. She is also a seasoned traveler and is available for national and international destination weddings. Lori’s unobtrusive manner allows her to capture the moments of your wedding day in a fresh, fun style. Every love story is unique and Lori strives to capture the emotional aspects of each wedding to tell each couples love story. Her work has been featured in Brides Magazine, The Knot Florida, US Weekly, Destination Weddings & Honeymoons Magazine, and numerous wedding blogs including Style Me Pretty, Wedding Channel, Celebrity Bride Guide, and Moment Junkie. In addition to weddings, Lori is available for engagement sessions, family and kids portraits, maternity photos, newborn photos, and pet portraits.

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