Mamiya M645 - B&W ISO400

The weather here in Melbourne has been absolutely perfect! I've been out and about trying to soak up as much sun as I can get. I'm feeling much better from being sick last week. I think it was just due to exhaustion so I took a couple of days off on Friday and Monday.

The first day off I spent it with the lovely Bianca from Be and See Creative. It was such a beautiful day to be in the city, we walked around and did all things 'photography' related. We were hunting for prices for the Canon 5DMKII. We're both switching to full frame so it's been great doing all the research together.

I also got the chance to play around with my Mamiya M645 again but this time in B&W, I couldn't resist with such a beautiful day. Thanks to Bianca for being a great model, as well as my husband for also taking a few images of me. Let me know what you think :)

No post-production on these photos. Love the natural film texture.

Hope you all have a great weekend.


  1. they turned out!
    or was this just the second roll?
    ohh i love that you shoot film. nothing like it.
    lovely work farrah and loved 5d hunting with you! xx
    ps. i love the shots of you, very pretty.

  2. Love the images #6 and the last. Very good eye

  3. No they didn't :( This is the second roll B. Thank you! I love film, I'm so addicted.

    Thank you girl with smile. I should learn from you as I'm clearly not smiling in any of my photos hahaha. Oh dear.

  4. Just discovered your blog and I love it! stunnign design and great pics!

  5. ohh :-(
    last night i realised after i posted the comment, that the second roll was black and white and the first was colour. silly me!

  6. Aww black and white is just perfect for some shots isn't it!

  7. Gorgeous pictures, the light is amazing! xo

  8. Aw thanks Mary and Katie <3

  9. What beautiful pictures! I love the black and white sunlight - it's so gorgeous! ♥

    And thanks for your comment on my blog. I'm glad you like my nail polish jar. :)

  10. My goodness, your photographs are stunning :) very beautiful