Articles Tagged 'Seascapes'

Bombo Tower

This morning I headed out for my first dawn seascape in months, with my photography mates Danielle and Peter. We headed to the old Bombo quarry, which is a stunning location; but the sky was atrocious, so I figured a silhouette of the towering rock formations would make for about the only decent image I [ read more ]

GoPro HERO3 Black Edition Arrived

As I related in a previous post, I ordered a GoPro HERO3 Black Edition camera last week. I was delighted to receive it on Tuesday morning.  However, I needed some more gear; namely, flash cards and a few mounting accessories. On Wedneday night I ordered a suction cup mount, bike handlebar/seatpost mount, quarter-inch tripod mount, and [ read more ]

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 ]

Photographic Mojo MIA

I have come to the realisation that my photographic mojo is missing in action. During the past six to eight months, I have not spent a lot of time in the field. The notable exception was our huge African trip last October, where wildlife photography - quite a deviation from my usual subject matter [ read more ]

To the Point

Having not shot a seascape in over a month, and with a predicted (and actual) craptacular sky yesterday morning foiling my plans for a Saturday dawn shoot, I felt a bit itchy this afternoon. I checked SkippySky, and the forecast was for some interesting cloud cover, so I headed down to a local seascaping haunt [ read more ]