It wouldn’t be a 52-roll project for me without a wedding (the first time I did this there were actually two weddings included in the project). but it’s much easier to do when you’re the guest, so I happily shot away (with the blessing of the bride) with my FM2 from the pews and the reception halls. At least the best I could…as soon as I got to the church I quickly realized after talking to the official photographer that ISO-400 was not going to cut it. So what was I going to do? I mean I set myself a goal to do everything consistently, and of course it was going to be dear Emily, who had a fondness and fantastic way of breaking through these things, it was just going to be one entry into the project. So I pushed the film one stop, and swapped out to Dilution A for HC-110. The ceremony and reception were fantastic, Emily looked stunning, Greg beamed the whole time (while who could blame them) and the guests were entertained by a crazy photographer running around with a Nikon FM2 and a Polaroid Automatic 250 Land Camera. “Polaroid Guy” I soon became known as.