Sunrise at the Point

After my last effort trying to capture a sunrise, I decided to stay away from lighthouses and try something a little less difficult. Deciding to start the day with a walk along the beach with camera ready in hand (How romantic). No tripod and no extra gear. Just keeping it simple to try and enjoyContinue reading “Sunrise at the Point”

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Sunrise (frustrations) at the Lighthouse

Deciding that the best photo taken this morning was not one taken by me left me with the option of just watching the sunrise as I considered how far I could chuck a tripod off a cliff (and the cost of a replacement tripod).

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A GoPro Time Lapse

Experimenting with a GoPro Hero Black 5 has been loads of fun. Its an impressive little camera and is very easy to set up for time lapse video or as i have done is stuck it to the  roof of my4WD to capture a a track being driven through thick bush. This footage was takenContinue reading “A GoPro Time Lapse”

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A Beach With No Sunrise

Some of the locals did venture out for their morning walks, swims or surfs. This fella was tied up to the railing and kept an eye on his owner out in the surf. The rain didn’t bother him at all.

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The Sleeping Beast

There is more than a considerable amount of roadworks being undertaken around home at the moment which could only provide that opportunity to photograph some of the plant equipment that is parked around the area. I found this scraper sleeping quietly in the grassy field.

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12 Real Landscape Photography Tips

While going through my blog post archives I found this gem. The original blog post (12 Real Landscape Photography Tips) was pretty popular throughout 2013, so I decided that it need a bit of freshening up and it needed to be reposted here because I believe that these tips are still pretty relevant.

There is a lot of information on the web to help you improve your landscape photography but I am yet to find one that will give you advice that will make your life that little bit easier. So these tips that I have listed below are lessons, mostly hard lessons that I have learnt during the years of trekking out the door before the sunrises to try and get that magical shot of Mother Nature doing her thing.

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