Went down to North Avoca with Tim Bolger to shoot sunset. Took a while to find a comp that I liked. As the sun was setting I had my big stopper on and missed the pink clouds, but I got this just before sunset. Definitely a place I will be heading back to and reshoot, maybe a sunrise next time… (now I know how to find the place).
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Technical Specs: f/13, 1.3 secs, 24mm, ISO100, 18 January 2011, 7:44pm, canon 5d mkii, canon l series 24-70mm lens, lee soft graduated filter 0.9
My panoramic is finally manually stitched from last night’s shoot. This is a series of 8 shots taken in portrait orientation. Specs: f/18, ISO100, 10 secs per frame, 24mm, 8:13pm-8:15pm, 18 January 2011. I thought I would upload something different from Forresters – I have a few seascape shots as well, but will upload those as they are processed. Hope you like this one.
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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
What a gorgeous morning to be up at 3:50am for… pink cotton wool clouds, nice and warm and a stunning sunrise… I met up with Danny & Jasiah pre-dawn hoping to capture something like this… so glad I got up and headed up the coast – its mornings like this that make it all worthwhile…
The EXIF data is: f/8, ISO400, 24mm, 60 secs, no filters, Canon 5D Mark II, remote cable.
One of my favourite shots from the day at Terrigal
Another shot using my macro lens at Terrigal on the weekend… something simple and different – the textures were so nice in this rock