Beautiful day yesterday organised by @nswnationalparks for some photographers and like minded people. I think there was 13 or us this time exploring boudi boudi national park. Very privladged to be invited to a small group event again 😊 Special thanks to mel and the organizers and the 2 rangers for the day.
I'll go through the dslr photos later today. Hope everyone had a good weekend, great beach weather
BROOME - Some different images, I decided to go for s walk down Cable Beach today and try and shoot something that I don’t normally do. I think it’s good to change direction every now and again. ....swipe for more...
After nearly a month off from my DLSR and being focused on my music I decided to ease my way back into photography with a study of light using Monochrome mode whilst shooting. I’ve read that this can be a great way to balance tone in camera. The never ending journey picks up where it left off. #monochrome#light#tone
We all have some paths which we find difficult to walk through. Sometime it’s worth to look back on the same path you just walked ...it keeps your next part of journey filled with experience and memories..... ......follow to be lost 🚶🏻♂️ .
Walking around Semaphore yesterday looking for different compositions. I noticed this boat floating alone not far from the jetty. The weather was so calm and the water was quite flat. I immediately knew I wanted to capture this image as a portrait crop. Due to the simple composition, I thought this image would look perfect in black and white.
I began to work on the image in Lightroom. Starting with my normal editing process of decreasing the highlights, increasing the shadows. Increasing the whites and then lowering the blacks. Whilst working through this process, I started to really love how the image was turning out in color.
I created a digital copy and then played around with various black and white edits. There were two versions I did like and potentially one day I will share one of them. They just didn't give me the same feeling this version does.
I love the soft tones, the way the texture of the water has come out and the simple silhouetted composition. What do you think?
Nikon D800 + 70-200 f/2.8 @ f/11 | ISO 100 | 1/640th. RAW image processed in LR.