We had the pleasure of meeting Jason and Christina Pelszynski of Left Turn Photo recently. This dynamo team left us with the most amazing gift: “vintage” photos of Cedarwood, taken with their 1960’s vintage Argus 65 camera. How totally perfect to showcase our vintage venue! Jason says they like to mix in a few vintage cameras when they shoot weddings, and we love that idea! I think the quality of these photos is very romantic…now we just need to get some more including a Cedarwood Bride and Groom! You’ll definitely want to check out Left Turn Photo’s website at www.leftturnphoto.com! Here’s what Jason says about their work:
“You can expect anything but a cookie-cutter experience from Left Turn Photo. Our style of photography is a unique balance of modern and vintage, posed and playful. Threads of editorial, fashion and fine art are woven into a tapestry of styles that captures all the richness life has to offer. This mix of artistic, posed portraits with fun, loose and candid shots is the perfect pairing.We utilize a variety of modern, whiz-bang digital cameras and a few vintage treasures from the past to create a look all our our. One of our favorites for wedding portraiture is an Argus 65, a funky retro twin lens model that hails from the 1960’s. Yes, we love film! It is not only about creating photographs, but about recording a moment in time and having it live on through art. We like to say that it’s about documenting and sharing a chapter of your life, living fully and vibrantly with eyes wide open!
Pretty amazing, don’t you think? Thanks Left Turn Photo for these extraordinary photos of our historic farm. We certainly hope a Cedarwood couple books you soon!
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