This photo isn’t so much about the composition more about the brilliant tones of colour that was existent at that particular sunset.
I finally received the camera I’ve been waiting over 3 and half months to receive. So I took it out to port willunga on saturday to test it out, and my oh my is it a beautiful thing, well worth the wait.
Katherine Gorge Sunrise
Sunrise at Katherine gorge. I got up at 4 to take this photo but the sun didn’t start rising until around 6:30, the moon wasn’t out so I couldn’t even take photos during the night. I had to take a half hour hike in the pitch black to get to this point. This one photo killed me.
Buley Rock holes
These rock holes are located in Litchfield national park. This was an extremely difficult shot to pull off, I was hoping I’d be able to take some nightscape photos from my camping adventures but unfortunately the moon didn’t rise one single night throughout my stay in the wilderness. Without a moon the landscape is pitch black with only a slight amount of light coming from the stars, not only did I have to try and illuminate a huge area with a single flash light, I had to set the tripod up on slippery rocks in the pitch back next to a extremely deep crevice.
- stars: f/2.8, ISO 3200
- landscape: f/7.1, 2 minutes, illuminated with 1 LED torch
Berry Springs is a natural fresh water spring just outside Darwin, this shot was taken a little further up the river of a popular swimming hole. In trying to achieve this shot I got eaten alive.
2 x ND8
I’ve recently gained a huge interest in strong emotive headshots, so I’ve decided to start a new series of black and white close up portraits so be sure to keep checking back under portraits > emotive headshots
Nikon 85 1.4d
Rooftopping Adelaide CBD
strobe: 1:1 flashed twice in front of figure
Before a Friday the 13th dress up party.
1 x sb-700 to the right, diffuser attached
Ruby and Bonnie
A happy candid moment of two friends living here in Darwin. I recently purchased a portrait lens as I’ve been getting more and more interested in portraiture the last few months, the way this lens renders colours and details are absolutely incredible, such a beautiful lens, note the out of focus area on the right.
Nikon 85 f/1.4
I’m currently on holiday in Darwin, I’m up here for 11 days. This is a shot I took on Friday night, Its the first landscape I’ve taken in a long long time. It certainly feels good to get out and take in the serenity of the wilderness once again. Tomorrow me and a friend are off to Kakadu national park for 3 days.
4 exposures merged in photoshop
2 x ND8 filters