You all know how much I love Polaroids right? Well this gorgeous little film by StillMotion Photo & Cinema really hits the spot for me. The use of Polaroid to show transitions and key point throughout the day is so original, so unique and so effective – I can’t believe it hasn’t been done before!
Good Morning and a happy snoozy Sunday to everybody (although, this Sunday will not be so snoozy for me – gym, lunch at the parents’ and a huge load of new amazing weddings to post.)
You see, I discovered We Heart It late last night, and omg their are so many amazing images on that site! If you haven’t been there before, click yourself over there sharpish – but not before you check out this amazing Polaroid shots by Taiwanese photographer Bookcan. I’ve said it before but I’ll say it again, I adore Polaroids. I wish I had one. There is something so special and genuine about a Polaroid photograph.
I’ve literally just found these and as I’m sure they will soon be posted everywhere in blog-land, so I’ve jumped them to the front of the queue to get them up straight away!
Remember Max Wanger’s first fantastic wedding I featured ages ago? Well I do believe he’s gone and done it again with this new engagement shoot…bloody fantastic!
For more from this gorgeous set, clicky here and select ‘Grace + Dominic’
Credit: Max Wanger
Don’t you just love the retro-but-awesome medium of Polaroid? They just make me want to get all creative and snappy!
I also flippin’ love the felt flowers by Princess Lasertron. I have seen these flowers in a number of Rock ‘n Roll Weddings recently… maybe they are the new fake moustaches?