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Lovely Wedding at Battery Park – Ritz-Carlton NYC

By on Feb 4, 2014 in Blog |

Please call (646) 450-4266 or email us at art@madeonfilm.com to talk about your wedding photography. Venue : Ritz-Carlton Hotel Battery Park...

Gorgeous Wedding at the Pleasantdale Chateau

By on Feb 1, 2014 in Blog |

Please call (646) 450-4266 or email us at art@madeonfilm.com to talk about your wedding photography. Venue : Pleasantdale...

1942 Cadillac Classic – Wedding Limousine

By on Dec 18, 2013 in Blog |

Please call (646) 450-4266 or email us at art@madeonfilm.com to talk about your wedding photography. Venue : The...

Triangle Below Chinatown – TriBeCa NYC Wedding

By on Nov 5, 2013 in Blog |

Please call (646) 450-4266 or email us at art@madeonfilm.com to talk about your wedding photography. Venue : TriBeCa...

The Ashford Estate – Wedding Photography

By on Sep 12, 2013 in Blog |

  Please call (646) 450-4266 or email us at art@madeonfilm.com to schedule your engagement photo session. Venue : Ashford...

Caitlin and Alex Wedding Album

By on Aug 31, 2013 in Blog |

All of the albums I produce are personally custom designed by me. From the editing of the images, to its retouching and up to the designing of the layout. Specially for this particular album the 1st edit was approved by the bride. So it was made and delivered the way I envisioned it. This album is made in New Zealand by Queensberry. For me they are the best when it comes to leather bound matted albums. If your interested in having Roman Francisco (i.e., MadeOnFilm.com) photograph your wedding and create your dream album please call 646.450.4266. I’m based in the NYC area and available to shoot worldwide. Album : Queensberry Venue : Thayer Hotel Follow this link to view images and a slideshow from their...

Protected: Warnsdorfer 2013 5th Grade Graduation Ceremony

By on Jun 20, 2013 in Blog |

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Fujifilm 400h vs Kodak Portra 400

By on Jun 5, 2013 in Blog |

Again, I just want to see and compare these two wonderful films. These three(3) simple comparisons were made last May when I shot with Danny Weiss for a wedding at Ashford Estate in Allentown NJ. For me I always shoot with Fuji 400h and for this shoot I have my standard Contax 645 f2 film camera. Danny brought in a roll of Kodak Portra 400. So I threw that into the mix. I know that the Kodak, in my eyes are more organic, has more earthy colors and warmer. Fuji on the other hand is brighter, whiter, more pastel and has a tinge of yellow. Both these films were processed by Indie Film Labs and I exposed them in the same principle I expose my 400h. So this was to keep both film consistent. Even though the shots, location and light is slightly different, you will still see the difference. I have three sets of images with two images side-by-side. One of them is made with the Fuji 400h and...