South Australia Part 1

The ObeliskWe recently had the opportunity to explore Adelaide and the Limestone Coast of South Australia. If you haven’t had a chance yet to explore the this amazing piece of Australia yet we highly recommend it. It is very much worth the drive from the east coast. Two of our main highlights were Semaphore Beach- an Adelaide suburb and Robe, which is down the coast about a 4 hour drive away. Continue reading


DGS_0145We got the chance to head back to one of the most beautiful locations on the Sapphire Coast this weekend exactly a year after we had shot it last. Wonboyn and Nadgee are just an hour south of us. Beautful, remote, tranquil- this little village and the neighbouring nature reserve are the ultimate escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Continue reading


Bermagui-9One of the most beautiful jewels of the Sapphire Coast is Bermagui and Gee surprised me with a whirlwind Mother’s Day get away there. He pretty quickly learned that surprise getaway’s to Bermagui should be planned a bit further in advance as Bermi books out quite quickly, even in the cooler weather but with some persistence and lots of phone calls he found a little gem of a room at the pub. Continue reading

Unleashing Our Creative Juices

Sometimes it’s fun to break all the rules and just have fun with photography. We’ve just added a new gallery to our home page with some of our favourite art images. You are welcome to check them out and let us know what you think. Plus, we’d love to see yours as well. Feel free to leave a link in the comments here to your favourite images that break all the rules…

3 Things That Improved Our Photography

Before & After 2It’s not hard to find lots of good information on the internet about how to improve your photography, and many of us take different journeys to get where we are going. We could write an exhaustive list of all the things you should do and know but it really boiled down to three main things that took us from there, the image on the left taken in October 2013 to here, on the right taken March 2015.  Continue reading