Yes another awesome Ningaloo Reef aerial photograph! This was taken from a Sikorsky S76 helicopter almost directly opposite Exmouth. Christian, Mike, Larry and I had just flown in from the Monte Bellos and we thought we’d seen some great landscape sites out there. However, we were totally blown away with Ningaloo Reef from the air, you get to see just how wide it is and just how far it reaches.
I think next time I’m up there I’ll try and wade out to various reef outcrops at low tide to see what I can capture.
I’ve been up to Coral Bay heaps of times but I never realised the reef was as big as it is. Anyone up for a trip to Coral Bay and surrounds in the new year? We could get some awesome landscape and seascape photos. 🙂
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I just love this photo. I was walking to work on Saturday and of course I had my camera with me, I was trying to get a few urban landscape shots. Anyhow as always is the case I had my eyes on the street and had walked up and down the street twice getting shots of doors and steps before I looked up and saw this. I guess the time of day was just right. It really does show though that whenever you can you should always carry your camera with you because you just don’t know where your next shot is going to come from.
Photo Settings (for Chloe):
Lens – Canon 16-35mm F/2.8 USM II
Aperture – F16
ISO – 100
Shutter – 1/25sec
Have any of you guys taken a walk through the city trying to get photos? Whether it be Perth or elsewhere? Have you ever dragged your camera along ‘just in case’ and then end up getting a cool shot?
Injidup Beach would have to be a landscape or seascape photographers playground. There are just so many dimensions to it and it has so many angles and moods. I just love it. This shot was taken just before I got soaked whilst shooting at some other rocks on the beach. Now just because I know Chloe is going to ask:
Aperature – F22
ISO – 50
Shutter Speed – 1/13sec.
Now that the weather is warming up I’m really hoping that we’ll start to see some colour in our sunrises and sunsets. I’m hoping to spend some time over at Rottnest and the Stirling Ranges soon to try and capture some great shots. Anyone else planning any trips away soon?
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Geez I was all set to have a relaxing weekend but with Merv ‘motivating’ me I’ve had to put up another photo. This photo was taken after watching internationally famed seascape artist Larry Mitchell peering into the water, I stood next to him and saw this in front of me. I absolutely loved the water in the shallows it makes a great effect and I was really happy with this photo. I just goes to show you don’t have to hang out with photographers to learn more about photography. The way Larry ‘saw’ water was amazing and I know Christian learnt from him as well.
I’m thinking that I might have to retire to a coral island somewhere and ‘study’ water for the rest of my life. What do you guys think? I’m not sure if I could keep up with the pressures of work of being a seascape photographer on a coral island. 🙂
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Photographically its been a quite week for me, though mid week I did manage to catch a glimpse of a beautiful sunrise and sunset and as I look out the window now I can see the softest pink sunset, very pretty. I can’t wait for this coming weekend as I’ll be in a much warmer climate and spending four days shooting with Christian and Mike Fletcher. A dream come true for me, I’ll have to show the boys a trick or two. Also I have to say a big thank you to the person who made this possible for me, she knows who she is!
Bunker Bay Photo Details:
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I’d love to know who would your dream photographic mentor be if you could shoot with anyone? Where would you love to shoot with them?
Finally, a big thank you to all of you for stopping by and taking the time to comment. I trully appreciate it.
How terrible has the weather been? If you don’t live in Perth then you’re lucky we’ve had nothing but weeks of rain and bland grey skies. I’ve forgotten what a great sunset or sunrise looks like. A few weekend ago when I was staying down south at Yallingup I decided to head out to Bunker Bay to capture the sunrise, when I got there the car temperature was saying it was three degrees outside and it certainly felt like it! The wind was coming straight off the ocean with a really light rain and I was shivering while taking this photo. Soon after the rain increased and I had to retreat to the car which was a blessing in disguise. I did what any normal person would do and headed into Dunsborough and got a nice Jumbo sized Mocha.
Is there anything better than a nice hot coffee when you’re cold?
I bet the rest of you guys are looking at the weather forecasts as well wondering when the good weather is going to start rolling in. Its not nice taking landscape photographs in rain.
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I managed to duck down to Dunsborough and Yallingup this weekend to chill out and capture some photos. I must admit it was a pretty heartbreaking weekend as Friday evening was the only time I really managed to get a few shots. I was totally rained out Saturday morning and Saturday evening and Sunday morning when I woke up I heard the rain just hammering down on the roof so I did what a normal person would do and went back to sleep and woke up at a decent hour! This is probably one of my more favourite seascape photographs I just love the way the heavy cloud is hanging above the water, its so threatening and yes it did rain shortly after the photo. Has everyone else had enough of this rain? It seems this year we’ve had stacks of it but I read today that we are still under average!
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This weekend I’m spending in Perth and hitting some local streams to see what they are like. Does anyone else have anything special lined up?