Giles & Nichole | Centennial Park Film Engagement Photography Sydney

There is something really beautiful about film.

I’ve only ever known the days of digital photo taking and its apparent ease and speed. We’re living in a fast paced world after all, right? One of instant feedback and gratification. Well, as I’ve learnt over the past few weeks since getting my hands on my first film cameras,  film photography offers a whole new world and a promotes a whole new perspective. A world of gorgeous colour, tones, depth and soul that is totally worth the wait.

I’m only still getting my head around it all – still practising and learning. Shooting film has been a great way to challenge myself and have fun along the way. I’ve started to introduce a little bit of film into my engagement sessions – only one or two rolls – to experiment and play. I’m not saying these photos are anywhere near perfect, but for the first roll of film shot at an engagement session, I’m pretty pleased with how it turned out. It can only get better from here.

Canon 1V / Kodak Portra 400 / Developed & Scanned by RDFL

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  • tobiah said:

    Lovely frames, absolutely well worth using the film camera!

  • Caryn said:

    Ooo so pretty! Gorgeous work and beautiful couple!

  • Teresa K said:

    What a wonderful post...so much win here!!

  • ryan said:

    really gorgeous engagement shoot from start to end. I'm in love with that last one.

  • john bello said:

    stunning images - love the seventh frame!

  • naomi said:

    immaculate work.

  • Leah Muse said:

    Definitely a gorgeous session.. Giles & Nichole are beautiful.

  • Jennifer said:

    Gorgeous! Golden, tender, sweet. Well done!

  • Outstanding, really really beautiful and the processing is so gentle and adds to the set as well.

  • mmm! That light is breathtaking! Absolutely brilliant images of an absolutely beautiful couple.

  • Eduardo Suastegui said:

    For me it's more about the light than the film, but however you go there, this is one gorgeous set of photos. Nice job!

  • Mike Causer said:

    Great set of photos!