This is a seascape photo I managed to grab a couple of weeks ago from Burns Beach its a place I’m starting to look at more closely as there are heaps of rock formations around. Yes there is heaps to photography in Perth but I have to admit I’m getting restless and hanging out to head down south again to Fletcher territory to get some awesome shots. Well off to try and get some more shots. Let’s hope the breeze doesn’t pick up and blow all these great clouds away!
Winters on its way and I’m getting excited. Not only do we need the water here in Perth but it also means its waterfall time and I love waterfalls. They are exciting to photograph because not only are they visually spectacular but they have such strength behind them as well. I’ve found a few good ones over the past two Winters but I’m really hoping to find new waterfalls this season. Fingers crossed that I will.
Winter also brings some really cool storms so its a great time to head down to the beach and get some awesome seascape shots of waves crashing against the rocks. So bring it on Winter. Bring it on!
Anyone else like like taking photos of waterfalls? What special considerations do have when taking photos of waterfalls? For me its taking a rag to wipe off all the spray, placing my camera in a plastic bag to protect it and to wear shoes with excellent grip.
Have a great and safe weekend everyone.
What can I say? I’m back into my early mornings again probably more so than evenings at the moment. There is something so refreshing and cleansing about being up at the start of a brand new day. I captured this seascape shot about a week ago after a trip up to Burns Beach. What a great spot for a seascape photographer to go crazy.
Hope you guys enjoy it!
Hope you all had a great weekend. Is everyone back from Karijini yet? I decided to get out and about this morning to new territory and hit Burns Beach. Mornings like this morning are always good fun, its not too cold and the waves are big enough to create interest but not big enough to completely soak you. I’ll definitely be heading back there when its low tide to cover it a bit better.
Melissa and I are still waiting for son No 2 to arrive sometime over the next couple of weeks.
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Esperance, what an amazing place for a landscape photographer to head to. I can’t wait to get back down there and spend some real time getting photos there. Esperance has everything in such close proximity to each other. You spend one morning down at Lucky Bay shooting beach scenes and then that night spend the evening shooting rocky coastly scenes. Next time I’m down there I’d really like to head East a bit more and check out Cape Arid National Park, it looks like there are some really cool sand dunes, shipwrecks and other interesting features to capture down there.
I managed to capture this shot after trying to capture Hellfie Bay in the morning light but I just wasn’t happy with what I was getting so I moved around the corner and saw this view before me. My eyes lit up when I saw this and I started to snap away. It just goes to show that you should never give up. If you aren’t capturing what you want, stop and think about what is available to you and what can work for you and try shooting that instead.
If all else fails try just the old ‘turn around and look behind you trick’ how many of you have tried that and have it work for you?
Hope you all enjoyed your weekend,
I hope you’re all having a great 2010 so far! This is a shot of some rocks that I managed to capture down at Sugar Loaf Rock. To get to it you had to first summon up the courage to step out of the car and face the onslaught of flies. Then you had to get your gear out whilst battling the army of vicious Ninja flies that were determined to make there way into either your eyes, mouth, nose or ears. It was then just a simple matter of heading down the path with a torch because the cloud of flies above you was so thick that it was blocking out the sunlight.
Though the flies were terrible in Dunsborough and Yallingup this year the weather conditions were a landscape photographers dream. We had really nice cloud with hot and humid conditions that produced some really nice effects. This summer has certainly been a lot more exciting photography wise that last year. Let’s hope it stays like this.
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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. 🙂
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