"Photography is art and always will be"
We offer professional photography with a personalized touch.
These days, it seems like anyone and everyone calls themselves photographers. Because of the development of new camera technology it is easy for people to think having a camera makes you a capable photographer. There are many other aspects involved including
knowledge, personality, artistic ability and most importantly the ability to work with your subject.
We strive for excellence and aim to become one of the finest photographers in Australia.
Besides our current extensive knowledge and experience and ongoing training with refresher courses by some of the finest photographers in the world make us a cut above the rest.
We follow advanced photography classes and workshops in order to continually learn and improve.
We use the latest equipment, providing the highest resolution for our clients. Rich in colour, vibrancy & detail.
Most importantly we aim to make every person feel welcomed as an individual to give our clients quality, friendliness and professionalism each and every time.
We often spend money on frivolous things: trips to the movies, dining out, the latest mobile phones, beauty salons etc. forgetting the most important things in life.
Memories are priceless.
“I have been blessed this Christmas to spend time with my family. It is only once a year that the entire family gets together as we all live in different states.
Due to a late booking it was near impossible to find a photographer let alone on Christmas Day.
Jacob and Zita accommodated us moved their schedule around to fit us in, better yet they made the shoot very fun, engaging and enjoyable. I cannot wait to see the photos!”
“We had several shoots from Zita and Jacob, I loved each one. They capture perfect moments in their pictures. They show so much patience with kids and the parents.
They let you bring in your own idea and deliver a perfect result.
Give your dreams in their hands and they give them reality!!! I would choose them over and over again. .”