It’s about time I got back out on the beaches to shoot some seascapes. I met up with Danny, Tim and Jasiah down at Forresters Beach on the Central Coast to capture tonight’s sunset. The cloud was a bit thick to filter much colour through, so it was an overcast shoot – but still so nice to shoot Forresters – always something different to compose. I found my favourite rock to shoot and this is the first out of a few shots that I got tonight.
Technical Specs: f/14, 10 sec, 8:17pm, 24mm, lee grad filter 0.9, 24-70mm l series, canon 5d mark ii
From the archives – just uploading images to my website and found this image that I hadn’t yet processed… I remember taking this shot, I got washed by a massive set that came through and this was the wash after the wave … I grabbed my tripod above my head, but was drenched… I love the shot though – well worth it…
One of my favourite shots from the day at Terrigal
I’ve always had a passion for rocks – maybe I should have studied geology instead of finance. They are just simple, beautiful objects – such intricate detail if you just take the time to look at them.
Went out looking for some piers to shoot with the storm clouds, but couldn’t find any decent ones that weren’t “private”, so I moved onto the Skillion at the Central Coast – got a few shots in, but discovered the amazing rocks in the area, just back from where I usually shoot seascapes. So many different textures in a small area – I went crazy shooting macros on nearly all the rock areas… gorgeous way to spend a windy, cold and rainy afternoon…
The second image from my Burleigh Heads shoot in August. The sunrises are so pretty up the coast, was hoping for some more clouds, but the colours were gorgeous. My other shot from Burleigh Heads can be found here on my blog: https://leannedoroszuk.wordpress.com/2010/08/28/burleigh-heads-qld/