Haven’t taken photos for a few months now with my last semester of uni in full swing and it has been killing me. I couldn’t resist the decent sized swell that came through this week exposing otherwise quiet beaches.
All photographs taken with a Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 17-40 and Cokin Z-Pro filters. EXIF data attached to images.
2 minute exposure of a nice wooden jetty that I’ve been wanting to photograph for some time. It was a cold and wet afternoon so I was lucky to catch a break in the weather to capture this before the rain set back in again.
A place which is otherwise quiet and protected from the swell but not today. This was composed as a quick burst of sun came out between the clouds lighting the pillars on the dunes perfectly. I had hoped to run a long exposure of around 2 minutes but was cut short at 1 minute 30 when the sun dissapeared and the rain started bucketing. The long exposure was made possible with a 10 stop B+W 110 filter which works a treat in these situations.
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.
Lauderdale is a beautiful little place, I pass through it often as I make my way to a favourite local South Arm (1, 2, 3, 4). This shot was captured on the side of the road on sunset of Ralphs Bay, the location of a proposed canal estate which isn’t so cool (more on that here). As usual, shot with a Canon 350D, Canon 10-22 and Cokin nd grads.
What are your thoughts on a horizontal scrolling front gallery page? Yay or nay? I’m a little bored of the current flash front.