Articles Tagged 'Dawn'

Time Changes Perspective

Often when reviewing images upon my return from a photography session, I have a clear idea of which images are the winners that will be processed and published, and which will be skipped.  However, I have found — especially after one recent photoshoot — that some time away from one's images can change one's perspective [ continue reading ]

Whale of a Cascade

This morning I met up with around 15-20 other seascape photographers for a dawn shoot at Whale Beach and breakfast at Newport afterwards.  It was an epic seascape shoot, with people everywhere.  We managed not to get in each other's way, which is quite something, given the number of shutterbugs.  Fortunately, there is plenty of [ continue reading ]

Mona Vale Pool Revisited

Before dawn this morning, I met up with Brent for a seascape shoot at Mona Vale pool.  It has been quite a while since I photographed one of Sydney's ocean pools.  A few years ago I was working on a project to photograph all of Sydney's ocean pools.  I shot 23 of the 30 ocean [ continue reading ]

The Great Cathedral by the Sea

Since Saturday's rewarding dawn shoot at Cathedral Rocks (about 90 minutes away), I have processed and uploaded two more images.  The most dramatic image from the shoot would have to be this image: All of the elements were aligned: the sky was moody, the water was flowing, and the rocks were colourful and texture-laden.  I [ continue reading ]

Cathedral Rocks... It Rocks!

This morning a couple of seascaping buddies and myself set out for Cathedral Rocks, a stunning patch of coastline off Kiama Downs on the NSW south coast.  The location, which has been on my 'must shoot' list for too long, consists of stunning volcanic rock formations, and its main feature, from which it gets its [ continue reading ]