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.
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.
Honeymoon Bay is located within Freycinet National Park, Tasmania.
This was a hectic morning as all 4 of us slept through our alarms and intended to visit another bay but were limited for time as the sun was already rising. It was freezing which seemed to fog my filters (Cokins) up periodically so as you can imagine that was a little frustrating. That’s probably one part of my Cokin filters I don’t like so much as they are quite large (Z-Pro series) and if you have two filters attatched, both can be quite exposed so it means both have to come off to be cleaned. However other then that I like them 😉
A second image of a two part series from the east coast (Friendly Beaches, Tasmania). I wanted the same rock in both shots but one looking to the left of the beach whilst the other to the right to capture the beauty of this amazing place.
Model: Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL
Shutter Speed: 20/1 second
F Number: F/16.0
Focal Length: 10 mm
ISO Speed: 100
Date Picture Taken: Jul 4, 2008, 5:13:40 PM
Above is the first image which you can viewer larger by clicking the image.
Was a nice trip and I wish I was still pottering around taking shots but uni is back in the swing of things which makes less time for travelling long distances. Time to get some things planned for when semester 2 is over 😉