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Cape Woolamai

Morning trip to Cape Woolamai, Phillip Island

Look I won’t lie, I’m a light snob and when Ricardo Da Cunha told me at 7am that we weren’t heading down to the Yarra Valley to capture some nice fog lit forrests but instead down to Phillip Island I did raise my eye brows slightly. One of the things I’ve learnt over time is that for […]

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Before and After Processing – Cape Woolamai

My first post for 2014! Hard to believe that January is almost over.  This year I wanted to share some behind the scenes before/after photos to give you an idea of how some of my photos look in camera and the process I follow to edit them.  Starting the series with this photo from Cape […]

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Cape Woolamai, Phillip Island

A photo taken a couple of months ago at Cape Woolamai, Victoria. I’ve been sitting on this for a while, slightly unhappy with the processing and not completely sold by the composition. After 4 processing attempts later, here it is. Technical Details This is a 3 minute exposure captured at F11. with a Canon 5D […]

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The Pinnacles, Cape Woolamai

The Pinnacles, Cape Woolamai – Sunset Long Exposure

One from a few weeks back at The Pinnacles, Cape Woolamai. Arriving a few hours before the sunset gave me plenty of opportunity to find a nice vantage point and setup my gear and wait… Unfortuntely there wasn’t as much swell as I’d had liked but it was enough. This is an 8 second exposure […]

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Day Time Long Exposure

Daytime Long Exposure

Normally I loathe heavy vignette but this seems to work okay and not make me want to stab myself in the eyes. This is a 15 second long exposure captured on ‘golden hour’ just a bit before sunset. The day time long exposure was made possible by using a B+W 110 10 stop neutral density […]

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