Kodak Portra 400 film for Wedding Photography

So I bought a 1985 Praktica TL 5B film camera for Wedding Photography and portraits

Being a "digital wedding photographer" for my entire photography career, browsing marketplace one day an old camera caught my eye. In fact, it caught my eye so much I drove and picked it up from the seller 40 minutes later.

It cost £35 and included a 50mm f1.8 prime lens. It was filthy. It still is, but I kinda like it that way. 

I am going to be using a roll of Kodak Portra 400 film for each of my weddings this year alongside my Nikon mirrorless cameras, purely for a creative and interesting challenge. All manual settings and focus, the terrifying reality of not being able to see the image until they're developed excites me!!

This lens was made in 1985! Hasn't been cleaned since either by the look of it!

The badboy Hero 8 Black on top of my low profile hot shoe mount for behind the scenes footage.

Top view of my Praktica tl 5b. The film winder lever makes an imprint in my face because I use the wrong eye.