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 [ continue reading ]

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 [ continue reading ]

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 [ continue reading ]

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 [ continue reading ]

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 [ continue reading ]