Articles Tagged 'Seascapes'
This morning I took some friends from my camera club to Turimetta on Sydney's northern beaches. Some had not shot seascapes (or shot them much), so were keen to try upon my offer. Unfortunately my wish for a good sky this morning yet again did not come true; the sky was plain and very bright [ read more ]
In July I headed to Narrabeen for a Sunday dawn shoot. Narrabeen and nearby Turimetta is a location I have photographed a few times before, but on this day the sky was moody. One of my stand-out captures of the morning is The Narrabeen Gorge. Here it is: On this particular morning the conditions were [ read more ]
Kajo Merkert, a photography mate of mine and fantastic seascape photographer, has embarked upon providing intensive landscape/seascape photography workshops in Sydney. Kajo's first workshop is scheduled for September, 2010. He will announce dates shortly, so keep an eye on his blog for more details. His blog contains full details of what the workshop will cover [ read more ]
A few of my seascaping mates and I headed down to Wollongong Harbour at dawn this morning for a seascape shoot. The forecast was for periodic showers, and driving down in the dark, I experienced downpours and the occasional flash of lightning. I looked at the sky, and was delighted to see clear patches here [ read more ]
I have lately received some very big compliments about my seascapes from people on the Internet, some of whom have expressed their desire or dream to be able to do what I do. It got me thinking. While it is incredibly humbling and satisfying to receive such nice, genuine compliments, what I do is not [ read more ]
Not far from Narrabeen tidal pool is a gorge into which the ocean plunges its contents, producing big splashes and water cascades. On Sunday morning I was fortunate enough to capture this scene in all it glory, under a moody, yet colourful sky. I wanted dark, moody drama with a churning ocean and water cascading [ read more ]