Subtle Sunsets and Silky Waves
I decided to take my new 16-35mm F2.8 lens out for a test run here on our fair beaches of Perth. I knew the sunset wasn’t going to be a firey sunset and it was raining but I just knew I had to get down to the beach and try and capture a seascape with my new lens even though I didn’t have a filter adapter ring for it. I got lucky and the moment I parked the car the rain stopped and held off and decided to be nice to me, in fact the rain held off until quite literally I had hopped back into the car, you can’t time it much better than that. I think the photo turned out really well considering I didn’t have a filter available. 🙂 This lens was sharp as a tack and I can’t wait to go inland and capture some great country and waterfall landscapes once the fields start turning green and once the waterfalls starting hammering down.
I’d also like to take the opportunity to thank James Knight-Smith who has been helping me out with some issues that I’ve been having, he is an absolute creative genius. Thanks James!!!
On other news, welcome back to Perth Beau!
Has anyone else been out and about? I’m guessing with all the really nice sunsets and sunrises over the past few weeks most of you would’ve.
Thanks for stopping by,
Jamie Paterson Photography