Pulpit Rock Cape Schanck

Oct 04, 2014

A year ago when I went to Pulpit Rock the weather was horrible. Rain made it difficult to get to the rocks and made the experience unpleasant. The only thing going my way that time was that I was the only one there. This time people crowded the walkways making it difficult to get down there quickly. There were other photographers there as well. I am always interested to watch other photographers to see what they do. You can pick up a lot about them by studying the way they set up for a shoot and their thought process (or sometimes lack of). But that’s what I like about photography. It doesn’t matter what your skill level is, anyone can do it and hopefully enjoy the beautiful scenery at the same time.
Also I’ve finally ditched flash and gone with a html/javascript based gallery. I held on to flash for so long because it was so convenient to upload from lightroom and all the html5 type galleries I found (including lightroom) were terrible. I finally found one that didn’t annoy me so much.
Pulpit Rock, Cape Schanck at sunset

Half Moon Bay

May 17, 2014

Half Moon Bay

Speke Shipwreck

Mar 09, 2014

A good excuse to go out and take some photos
Speke Shipwreck, Phillip Island

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St Kilda Pier

Jan 23, 2014

Long exposure really comes in handy when you want to remove people from a photo. Unfortunately it was going to take too long to remove the cars so I didn’t bother.
St Kilda Pier

Lagoon Pier

Jan 12, 2014

Went to Lagoon Pier for sunset. Got there way too early and ended up sitting down and enjoying the waves and the sunset for a while. It was very beautiful.
Lagoon Pier, Port Melbourne

Number 16 Beach

Jan 11, 2014

Weird name for a beach. Went at the wrong time (high tide) to photograph the dragons head but I found a nearby cave that worked for the shot. To be honest I love seascapes but I hate the sand at the beach. Looking forward to tomorrows shoot which should be a bit nicer.
Number 16 Beach

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