About Us

WM Us AraganuWe are a couple of photographers on the Far South Coast of NSW Australia who enjoy capturing beautiful vistas and beauty in people.

Dee is fascinated by people and details and is always looking for that something special that might otherwise go unnoticed.

Gee loves the big picture, the sweeping landscapes, the shimmering colours of the sky, all of natures majesty.

For more of our story, click here.

All our pictures are available for purchase and we are also available for photo shoots and commissions. Simply leave us a message here or on our Facebook page for details and bookings.

In the meantime, please enjoy our photos and let us know what you think.

17 thoughts on “About Us

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  3. First let me say that I understand it is the the photographer, NOT the equipment…but I’m curious if you two have the same gear and do you share lenses? I’m also curious about your post-processing. Thanks!

    • Thanks Robert, we both have Nikons so we share lens. As I favour the Sigma 1.4 50mm and Gee favours his wide angle, we don’t squabble very often about who gets to use what lens. We also have a 18-55mm and the Tamron 18-270mm. Every now and then if the tripod and camera is all set up I’ll have a go using Gee’s set up, but only because I’m too lazy to go and set it all up for myself when I only want to try out an idea or two.
      Post processing is all done in Lightroom. As we’re getting better at using the program we’ve found ourselves going back and re-editing older pictures with new knowledge. There are probably a lot pf processes that would work better in photoshop, but we don’t have that yet, so that learning curve is still in the future for us. 🙂

      • Thanks for the insight into your work – you certainly have the Lightroom down quite well and I (when time allows) go back and re-edit things too. I’m a Nikon user as well and have been since my first FM camera (which I still have). I’m a “wide” shooter as well…my 12 – 24 might just as well be glued at the 12mm mark 🙂

  4. Wow, I decided to come over after your discussion post about “photographing with a friend”. I enjoyed your post and look forward to seeing more of your work. What a beautiful blog, filled with conversation and images that make me feel like I am going to take flight with them. Thank you for sharing your work and thoughts, it is a gift.

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