As the cloud slowly rolled in throughout the afternoon, I made plans to take a drive and get some photos somewhere. As I arrived at Clifton I realised I had brought my broken tripod, fantastic! I wanted to capture at least one photo of the beautiful clouds so I laid over the rocks, positioning the camera on a rock and snapped away.
This is a 1.3″ second exposure at F.13 with the Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 17-40 and Cokin Z-Pro graduated neutral density filters to control the exposure of the sky.
I haven’t taken photos for almost 2 months and it has been killing me. Even though I’ve taken a ton of photos at Clifton I still wanted a shot looking towards Cape Deslacs with a nice golden hour light over the cliffs. Luckily the light came out for around a minute then quickly disappeared.
Another photograph captured not long after the light had disappeared can be viewed here.
Another from Clifton sorry! This was shot with the Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 24-70 and B+W 110. I never really use the 24-70 so was quite keen to give it a whirl and actually use it more. The lens is obviously a lot less wider then the 17-40 so for this image I decided on a two image stitch to get more in the shot.