Articles Tagged 'South Coast'
Nearly a month ago, I experienced a great dawn seascape shoot at Little Austinmer, where there is an abundance of interesting water and rock features on the rock shelf. During the earlier part of the shoot, I shot some long exposures in and around the main gorge. Here is one of them: Here, I opted for [ read more ]
A few photography friends of mine, who have shot Little Austinmer before, told me that it can take quite a few attempts to land a cracking good image. I first ventured to Little Austi just a little over a week before I shot this image, and while I found it a stunning location, the sky [ read more ]
Little Austinmer, known colloquially as Little Austi, is a location I have had on my list of photoshoot locations for quite a long time. With my renewed enthusiasm for seascape photography, I headed to Little Austi this morning to capture its pictureesque rock shelf, over which sea water constantly cascades when the conditions of the [ read more ]
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 ]
A few months ago, I discovered a fantastic seascape photography location on the New South Wales south coast, which appears not to have been visited by many photographers in the photographic communities of which I am a part. I have visited this location twice - first with seascaping buddies Sonia, Steve, Malcolm and Don [ read more ]
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 ]