One from the archives at Friendly Beaches, Tasmania. A nice place not far from Coles Bay or if you’r a tourist, Freycinet National Park. This was shot with the Canon 350D, Canon 10-22 and Cokin Nd grads. This is an amazing place I might go back this week for a freezing camping expedition.
I’m often asked by photographers on where is best to photograph in Tasmania. This is a small list of photographic locations that I’d recommend checking out while in Tasmania. I’m aware that there is many locations missing from this list but that’s because I’m yet to photograph them so will update the list accordingly. Also most of these locations should suit most people as they’re quite accessible and usually only a small walk. There’s also much to do off the beaten track in Tasmania which I will hopefully get to one day. If you have any questions be sure to drop an email and I’d be happy to help.
I can’t believe the year is almost over.. Here are some of my favourite photos from 2008
To start is two photographs from an abandoned mental hospital with the Canon 10-22. These were taken at the beginning of the year which feels ages ago.
Long exposure during the day with a Hoya R72 (infrared) filter at South Arm, Tasmania
A very wet trip to Sydney in February
A moonlit Coles Bay, Tasmania
Melbourne alleyway with the Canon 10-22
A quiet stream in Cradle Mountain National Park
Passing trucks along an old bridge in Campbell Town, Tasmania
An iconic beach side hut just before Swansea, Tasmania
A very overcast Dove lake at Cradle Mountain National Park
Seascape at Friendly Beaches, Tasmania
Ronnie Ling shooting at Friendly Beaches, Tasmania
Waterscape sunrise shot at Honeymoon Bay in the Freycinet National Park, Tasmania
Road side reflections during winter
Black and white photograph at Ralphs Bay, Tasmania
Afternoon sun in Lindisfarne, Tasmania
This year two of my images were licensed for commercial usage which was exciting
Traffic long exposure in Rose Bay, Tasmania
Seascape at Park Beach, Tasmania
Park Beach on a wild afternoon
I noticed these as I made my way to uni
South Arm, Tasmania on sunset
Probably one of my favourite shots of the year, I love the light over the grass. This one is at South Arm also
Strickland Avenue Falls
Taroona Beach sunrise
Messing around with light trails in an abandoned pool
Winter sunrise at Taroona, Tasmania
A road side cow on a very misty morning in the Huon Valley, Tasmania
Traffic long exposure on the Tasman Bridge
Tunnel long exposure, I like this one.
Cliché peg shot haha
An article and magazine cover for local magazine ‘Scene’ for their special on the Hobart Rivulet.
Bay of Fires, Tasmania on a stormy sunset.
Lindisfarne on sunset
I hope you have enjoyed my photographs from this year, I appreciate your support and wish you a good 2009.
A photo from earlier this year at Honeymoon Bay in the Freycinet National Park. It was quite a dull sunrise with minimal water movement so plans for shots of water rushing against the rocks were instantly scratched. So unlike my normal shots, less emphasis was placed on the movement of water but instead the surrounding rocks were used as a foreground composition which worked ok in the end.
Shooting with fellow photographer Ronnie Ling at Friendly Beaches, Tasmania earlier this year during winter. I love the East coast of Tasmania compared to more Southern areas, the rocks are just stunning. Hope you enjoy.