Here is a shot I really like which I got from Boranup Forest. Like I said in one of my earlier posts, I’ve seen quite a bit of photos from this location and it is in-fact hard to photograph. I had a great time at this spot, just taking photos and doing a bit of hiking. This was an 8 image stitch. Let me know what you think.
A trip to WA’s Southwest is never complete without a shot of Sugarloaf. This shot was taken on Thursday of last week, the 8th of July. 80km/h winds, heavy rain with an expected 5 metre swell, I wasn’t expecting to go shooting! But we went out to go check the surf and as we got our gear out the rain stopped. I took quite a bit of shots but reviewing them on the camera showed massive camera shake due to the wind!
This shot of Sugarloaf is a 10 image stitch which made the .psd file quite large but with a 65 inch width. Really did minimal post processing work on this one which is why I quite like it. Stitched with the 50mm f/1.4 the image is really sharp so I’m actually planning on getting this one printed and framed for the house. Let me know what you think.
Here’s a compilation shot taken down in Boranup forest. All three are single image shots taken with the 50mm f/1.4 on the 7d. Would of been nice to have some sort of macro lens. Originally I tried a square crop on all the photos but I didn’t really prefer it so i left it as is. I’ve seen quite a bit of photos from this place so I tried to make something different. Let me know what you think!
Just got back from 5 days in the South West. Had a great time and I tried to shoot some different locations. Got this one of Quindalup about 10 minutes before sunset. I had planned to stay longer but just as the sun set, a boat rocked up and started to unload and I didn’t really like the composition! New photos will be up soon enough from locations like Boranup forest, Moses Rock, Bunker Bay and good old sugarloaf Rock. This particular shot was a 10 image stitch.
Towards the end of the trip the weather turned pretty poor but still managed to get some pics.