Posts Tagged ‘ 24-70mm2.8L ’

Crescent Head – Mid North Coast NSW

I met up with an old mate of mine landscape photographer Simon Beedle (watch out for this guy) for a quick road trip to the Mid North Coast of New South Wales.  We had originally planned a week at Fraser Island but cancelled due to the cyclones off the Queensland Coast and I have to say that im pretty happy we ended up heading south instead, we got some of the best light I have shot in very a long time.

This is a 10 image vertical stitch of Crescent Head.  Also there may be a new toy on the way but more about that one another time…

Cheers for having a look

Darren

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Snapper Rocks

I have caught some of the best waves I’ve ever surfed at this break but whenever the surf is good I’m generally left with a choice of getting some pics or getting some waves.  The surf had been really good and this day was no different breaking from behind the rocks and running all the way through to Greenmount.  These are a couple shots I snapped off when Beau and I were down that way last week.

5D Mark 2     –     Polariser     –     3 stop ND     –     24-70mm 2.8L

Stormy Sunset

With the state awards fast approaching I decided that it was time to go shooting for the day.  Beau Mitchell and I headed south, originally wanting to photograph the border ranges the light wasn’t right so we decided to hit the beaches for something different.  Our trip went from the Gold Coast down through the Tweed Coast to Byron Bay and finally back to the Gold Coast where this sunset shot was taken.

5D Mark 2     –     24-70mm2.8L     –     ND 3 stop      –      3 second exposure

Also my new website is in the final stages of its design and will be released on Monday 29th March.

A windy sunrise at Burleigh Heads

I had set my alarm for 4:50am in hope of capturing decent sunrise at Burleigh Heads.  When my alarm went off and I heard that it was pouring with rain and blowing a gale I turned it off and tried getting back to sleep… no victory today, wide awake and average weather at best damn it.  One of the benefits of living two streets from the beach is that I can see the ocean and get a pretty good idea if it is worth the effort of leaving the house.  I couldn’t see any inviting sky but I decided to go anyway as I had been wanting to work on this stitching business.

This is one of my first stitches with moving water and I think it is pretty good and the sky was also worth the effort in the end 🙂

Canon 5d Mark 2     –     24-70mm 2.8L @ 50mm     –     3 stop Lee ND     –     6 vertical images

Cheers for stopping by  Darren

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