Articles Tagged 'Northern Beaches'

The Result of Today's Seascape Shoot

This morning I headed out with Danielle for a seascape shoot on Long Reef. Our original plan was to head south to Austinmer, but the tide was not suitable for that location; it was, however, very suitable for Long Reef, and since Danielle had never been there, it made sense to go there. The sky was quite [ read more ]

Revisiting Seascapes

This Easter long weekend has presented both the opportunity and desire to do something I have not done for a while: seascape photography. The last time I shot a dawn or dusk seascape image was last October.  I was not happy with my images from that morning, and never published anything from that shoot.  I [ read more ]

Twilight Outcrop: Turimetta Revisited

Of late I have not been shooting many seascapes. My last magical session was at Narrabeen on the 7th of April, and I have only shot two small seascape sessions since then. My lack of activity can be attributed to a combination of a lack of time and a lack of motivation.  For me, photography [ 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 ]

Gold in the Doldrums

This morning Xenedette and I headed to Long Reef on Sydney's northern beaches, where we were to meet up with over 30 (yes, thirty) other photographers for a dawn seascape shoot followed by breakfast. The morning looked to be promising, and Long Reef has traditionally been a location where I have achieved very pleasing images; but [ 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 ]