Articles Tagged 'Seascapes'
Since Saturday's rewarding dawn shoot at Cathedral Rocks (about 90 minutes away), I have processed and uploaded two more images. The most dramatic image from the shoot would have to be this image: All of the elements were aligned: the sky was moody, the water was flowing, and the rocks were colourful and texture-laden. I [ read more ]
This morning a couple of seascaping buddies and myself set out for Cathedral Rocks, a stunning patch of coastline off Kiama Downs on the NSW south coast. The location, which has been on my 'must shoot' list for too long, consists of stunning volcanic rock formations, and its main feature, from which it gets its [ read more ]
Here are two vastly different images from the same dawn seascape shoot at Turimetta last Tuesday. The first image above was taken shortly after arrival, and in the pre-dawn darkness, the moving water is abstracted to the point where its movement is almost invisible. A sense of calm is evoked as the clump of seaweed [ read more ]
After some recent strong urges to return to seascaping, I jumped back in (figuratively and literally) this morning. At 4:45am, I met Tony at Turimetta (a veritable 'Mecca' for seascape photographers) on Sydney's Northern Beaches, and we headed down to the famous Turimetta gorge on the southern end of the beach. My original intention was to [ read more ]
The year 2011 has now passed us, and photographically, for me it was a year in which seascape imagery took a very pronounced back seat to other forms of photography. My photographic output was generally lower than my efforts over the previous five years, but my focus in 2011, when I did shoot, was cityscapes, architecture [ read more ]
We have just come back from a few days on the Central Coast of New South Wales. While we were there, I managed to get some dawn and dusk seascaping and some location recce done. I shot Norah Head, The Entrance, Soldiers Point, and also did some recce at Forresters Beach and Spoon Bay just [ read more ]