Articles Tagged 'Flow'

My Return to the Ocean

This morning was the first occasion on which I have shot a seascape since June of 2013 - quite a long time. In the past few weeks I have felt a desire to head back out in the pre-dawn darkness and photograph the ocean and coastline again, a desire which has not been in me for [ read more ]

Time for a Sea Change?

It is no secret to those who know me well, in a photographic sense, that my motivation for photography in general, and seascapes in particular, has been distinctly lacking for the past year or so. Additionally, time has been lacking for a few years, and my ability to get out regularly for a shoot, even [ read more ]

Same Subject... Different Conditions

As a landscape/seascape photographer, sometimes one returns to a previously photographed location in order to shoot the same subject again under the 'right' conditions (or different conditions). And sometimes it happens unintentionally. Here is an image of a large rock I photographed at Narrabeen a fortnight ago under a magical dawn sky: As a point [ read more ]

Blazing Torrent

As I mentioned in my previous update, the dawn/sunrise on Easter Saturday was stunning. So far I have processed 13 images I would consider 'keepers' (ie, of a sufficiently high standard that I would publish them).  For a fussy shooter as indeed I am, that is an extraordinarily high number of images for a single [ read more ]

Magical Morning at Narrabeen

This morning I headed out for a dawn shoot at Narrabeen with some seascaping buddies. After checking SkippySky during the week, and again last night, it looked promising. As we made our way to the rock shelf in the darkness, I could see an intense red glow near the horizon.  My experience tells me that [ read more ]

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 [ read more ]