Latest #sunrise Posts
- Madagascar’s Contrasts
Rice paddies were almost ubiqutious across Madagascar, much of the lowlying areas looked like this across the country, the colors and patterns were mesmerizing at times.
- Here’s a little secret to capturing stunning water flow….you must be CLOSE to the flow, I’m talking close to where the water goes white, because that’s what is going to look amazing. I guess I could shoot this with a longer telephoto lens from further back, but I like the wide angle scene, so it means I need to be close. And this location………..gah! I love it yet I hate it. It’s so slippery on top of those rocks, I like to sometimes almost crawl up the slippery sloping rocks to get there, and then plant myself in a sturdy position and then I tend not to move much at all once I’m there. After falling and fracturing vertebrae in my back a while ago during a shoot, I am such a nanna now. An image is not worth killing yourself over! But having said that, if you can make it all work, DAMN you can capture some great flow shots. My best tip is to figure out your shutter speed first, and then work all your settings around that to make it work. Want to know more? Come and do a lesson with me and find out. .
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_________________________________________ 📍: Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia 📷: Canon 6D 🕶: Canon 16-35mm f4 L IS USM 🔭: Sirui W2204 tripod ◼️: NISI v5 filter holder + 3stopND 💡: f8 0.8s ISO100 19mm
- Raven and Spanish moss. Not a prop this time ☺️ Sarasota, FL 🖤🖤🖤
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- There’s No Right Thing You’re Supposed To Be— No Right Story You’re Supposed To Believe— ✌🏼💜🙏🏼 “While She Sleeps” (Good Grief) 🤘🏼🎸