When you eyeball his work very closely there does seem to be undeniable evidence of post-processing ?digital tweaking (observe the fall of the oddball shadows and conspicuous absence of skin flaws), and as Colin observes, it's quite impressive, individual work but it's probably not analog. Selective, shallow focus and asymmetric alignment is nothing new in analog: this is a common technique with wedding photographers shooting with the Hasselblad FlexBody (503CX locally) and emerging employment by the digital brigade using T/S optics. That said, he still has a lot of skill in timing, arrangement and post-processing/printing and it is quite engaging overall.