Just me tinkering around with some textures. I’ve been hanging out to try this sort of photoshop treatment for ages but I couldn’t find a site that had any decent textures to use. Well thanks to Brent Pearson I’ve finally managed to find a site full of textures that I’m going to use to experiment on my Australian landscape and seascape photographs. Obviously textures don’t suit every photo but its certainly fun to try something different. Have any of you guys experimented with textures in your photos at all? If you haven’t tried it but are curious and want to give it a go, check out Brent’s excellent tutorial on is blog.
On with the tinkering. 🙂
Comments are always appreciated.
This was a shot I that I managed to grab around three months ago now whilst I was spending quite a bit of time out at Bunker Bay. As you can see I managed to narrowly avoid a stack of rain heading across the bay. In fact it was taken the day before I got totally rained out when I headed for a shoot at Meelup Beach.
I just really liked this shot because I thought that the tree dangling over the water was pretty cool. It really made me wonder why a tree would grow that way rather than just straight up in the air. That is the great thing about Mother Nature I guess, she is always creating interesting things for us landscape and seascape photographers.
Now that Summer is here I can’t wait for those amazing sunsets to kick in. What about everyone else? You guys hanging out for those amazing summer sunsets as well?
Thanks for dropping in team,
Well when I was down south last weekend I only managed to get up early on the Saturday morning, I just couldn’t struggle out of bed on the Sunday morning no matter how hard I tried. Saturday morning was one of those days that landscape and seascape photographers just live for! I managed to get my previous shot of Meelup Beach and then 30min later this shot of Injidup Beach. As I always say who says landscape photographers aren’t an extreme bunch? I took this photo just before I got covered waist deep in water, I had to literally grab my camera and hold it above my head. At least this time I didn’t lose a thong like I did at Bennion Beach.
What is the closest you’ve come to losing your camera? I think my incident at Bennion Beach was the closest.
Hope you’re all having a great weekend,
This is a photo from my first morning in Esperance when I was there in May. Poor Neal had to drink a bottle of Red to help him sleep as Kirk and I apparently aren’t the quietest of sleepers. I don’t know what he meant as I didn’t hear anything! This is one of those sunrises that you just get lost in as you stand there in amazement, you have to remember to keep taking photos. After we’d had a few days of average light in the Stirling Ranges this sunrise was definitely a welcome sight. If you’ve never been to Esperance you should do, its a must for landscape photography, its such a beautiful and diverse place.
We revisited Twilight Cove a number of times over the next few days but nothing matched up to this sunrise, in fact it was probably the best one the whole trip. I remember after catching these photos walking away from the camera for a couple of minutes and just watching it unfold before me, dare I say it was almost a spiritual experience?
Have any of you guys ever grabbed a few photos and then stepped back and enjoyed the view and allowed yourself to be caught up in the moment?
Hope you enjoy the photo and as always comments are appreciated. 🙂