Articles Tagged 'Seascapes'
Guest Speaker at a Camera Club v3.0
Last year, a good friend of mine, who runs a growing camera club, asked me if I would return for the third occasion as a guest speaker. I had the honour and privilege of presenting an audio-visual show and talk about light and composition in September of 2017, and in February of 2016, I presented [ continue reading ]
This is an image I shot in January of 2012 at Sydney's well-photographed Turimetta Beach. This particular scene is further away from the main gorge and rocks featured in so many images. The morning brought a few successful images, but this one had sat untouched and unpublished for the past three years. A moody, rain-laden [ continue reading ]
Which Filters for Landscape Photographers?
A discussion about creative filters on an Internet forum got me thinking, and prompted me to post a quick article here on a question new landscape/seascape/cityscape photographers often ask: Which filters should I buy? I personally recommend Lee filters (although I have a HiTech filter in my rig), and use the Lee filter holder and [ continue reading ]
Enter the Darkness
This view of a tempestuous sky in South Cronulla was an image I shot over four years ago, and originally processed and published in black and white. Here is a newly-processed colour version. To my eyes years later, it looks just as effective in colour as it does in black and white [ continue reading ]
Last weekend I decided to work on an image I shot years ago, but had never touched. This older image was captured at Long Reef in 2010, on what turned out to be a spectacular morning which yielded pleasing images. This particular location is on the outer part of the reef near the breaking waves [ continue reading ]
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 [ continue reading ]