It was an early start on Day 5 of our Kimberley adventure. Waking at 3:30am to head on a short cruise down Fitzroy River. We disembarked and climbed up (in the dark) one of the escarpments of Geikie Gorge. We finally reached the top and … Continue reading
More from the archives! Another capture from Forresters Beach, but from April 2012. Same location as Fiery Dawn and Golden Rays, but a year later and this time no beautiful clouds to light up the sky. Still, I made the … Continue reading
Shot on the same morning as Fiery Dawn at Forresters Beach, the colour of the sky changed within minutes. Captured with a Canon 40D, 24-105mm lens @ 105mm, ISO100, f/9, 1/400s exposure.
I was going through my archives and found this shot from Forresters Beach, captured in April 2011 that I hadn’t posted. So here it is! The sky was beautiful that morning. Canon 40D, 17-70mm lens @ 17mm, ISO250, f/9, 1/20s … Continue reading
Finally, the last photo from my Turimetta Beach series. I enjoyed photographing this old car axle in the rocks – it’d obviously been there for quite some time. Continue reading
Taken 1.5 hours apart, these two shots are the first and last shots captured from my Turimetta Beach series. Continue reading
Two more from the Turimetta Beach series, I was lucky with the timing when I captured Crash and Flow is a 3-exposure HDR that grew on me as I played with the colours and processing more. Continue reading
While at Turimetta Beach on the 11th April, I was experimenting with longer exposures as the waves crashed in and receeded through the channel between the rocks. Continue reading
A couple of days and a fresh pair of eyes can make all the difference.
I’ve reprocessed the images of the Beam of Light I shot at Turimetta Beach because the colour was just all wrong – too much cyan, too much saturation in parts.
I hope you like these better. I won’t tell the story again – read the original post for that. But enjoy these images. Continue reading
It was my first visit to Turimetta Beach on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. I hadn’t been there before, but it’s certainly now made an impression on me. It’s a fantastic secluded location near Narabeen, with some beautiful rock structures and formations that give amazing opportunities for seascapes with an interesting foreground. After an uninspiring first hour or two, a break in the clouds out over the ocean gave us our money shot. A magnificent beam of light shone through the clouds into the ocean and finally gave us a focal point to compose around. Continue reading