Sarah Black Photography


Melbourne Family Photography Album



-All my family, newborn and wedding photographs are captured on120mm and 35mm traditional analogue film, for a dreamy, timeless fine art look, exquisite colour and superior printing. Negatives are processed and scanned into digital negatives by Australia's premier film and print lab.

Pay-it-forward: 50 digital files via digital download/ $0, by application

~All sessions attract a session fee $200 weekdays/$250 weekends, to secure your session date. For more info about my photo sessions, head here~


Essentials: 20 digital files via digital download/$1000

Storyteller 1: 50 digital files/+ 10 fine art prints in leather wallet/$1350

Storyteller 2:  all files/+ 20 fine art prints in leather wallet/$1650

Storyteller Interstate Travel: all files/+ 20 fine art prints in leather wallet/$1750

For clients who prefer prints to digital negatives, I also offer a timeless range of fine art framed prints, and stunning artisan albums, handmade in Adelaide, at Australia's premier print lab. For more information, please get in touch via the button below.

Wedding: 3 hours/$4000   4 hours/$4500

Why invest in family or newborn lifestyle photography?


What do you value most in the world?

Fashion? Coffee? Smashed avo breakfasts? Nike? Make-up and haircuts? Dinners out? Catching the latest Star Wars flick the minute it comes out at the cinema? The latest hand-held devices, obsolete almost as soon as we get them home?

Probably not. But stop and think for a second what you may have spent on those items over the last year or two.

Sobering, huh? And even more food for thought, how long does the enjoyment of those things, lovely as they are, last?

There is sometimes this misconception that photography, and particularly family photography, is expensive or frivolous, or a luxury item for those lucky few without mortgages and bills to pay. But the truth is, we choose what 'luxury' means to us, we choose what is most important to our own family. Advertisements are always telling us how we should spend our money, but if we really stop to think about what we value, might we choose differently?

It's not what it costs that matters the most, although of course that matters; it's what that money will mean to us, long after it's spent.