Your modern wedding meets vintage charm, by Tanya Volt

Film wedding photography by Sydney's finest - Servicing luxury weddings around Australia and worldwide


The future of modern weddings

Do you prefer the feel of analog photography over digital? Would you like someone to photograph your entire day on a 35mm camera? Would you prefer to wait for the surprise of your photos getting developed?

This is a brand new optional add-on service for your dream wedding.


Taking bookings for 2025/2026 season

Bookings are filling up fast, so please fill out the contact form here and reach out. I'd love to hear more about your story, your vision and the most important details you want to remember and take home with you.

Currently taking domestic bookings in Australia. I am also taking bookings Europe Jun-Aug 2025, and can offer a custom quote for any international weddings.

Georgia & Hayden dated when they were young, and who would have expected that they would meet again later in life to get married at Centennial Vineyards on a sunny wedding day in Bowral.

Documenting weddings at historic locations or luxurious venues like Miramare Gardens in Terrey Hills with film photography elevates wedding memories into enduring masterpieces.

This Tuscan-style village accomodation is not in Italy, but actually in Sydney! Guestlands were wonderful to accomodate us with their perfect, Tuscan hideout (also a perfect spot for a micro-wedding or elopement) out in Arcadia, in Sydney's Hills.

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Film has a unique look and feel: Film has a distinct aesthetic that many photographers and couples find attractive. Film images often have a warm, soft, and timeless look, with muted colors and a smooth tonal range.

Film requires a slower, more thoughtful approach to photography: Because film has a finite number of exposures, photographers have to be more selective about the shots they take, which can result in more carefully composed and thoughtfully captured images.

Film images have a timeless quality: Many people believe that film images have a timeless quality that digital images lack. This is partly due to the fact that film has a distinct aesthetic, but it may also be due to the fact that film has been around for so long that it has a certain nostalgia associated with it.

Film can be more forgiving in difficult lighting conditions: Film has a wider dynamic range than digital sensors, which means that it can capture more detail in both the highlights and shadows of an image. This can be particularly useful in wedding photography, where lighting conditions can vary widely.

That being said, it's important to keep in mind that film and digital are just tools, and the quality of the photographs will ultimately depend on the skill and vision of the photographer. Ultimately, the decision to use film or digital for your wedding photography should be based on your personal preferences and the specific needs of your wedding.

Why should I have my wedding photographed on film?

Your film rolls will be stored carefully with me, to avoid getting lost, damaged or exposed - much like how I store my digital SD cards, just with a few extra precautions!

In order to protect your wedding film photographs, I handle the film carefully and store it properly. This includes keeping the film away from light, moisture, and heat, and storing it in a safe and secure location.

After the wedding day, I will immediately get your negatives developed, scanned, and digitized. This will allow you to access and share the images even if the negatives get lost or damaged.

What happens if my film photos get lost, damaged, exposed?