I have lived in Tasmania all of my life, and surprisingly this is the first time I have visited Fossil Cove. Fossil Cove is not far from Hobart, and it’s a very nice location. I’m sure I will visit again some timeShare on Facebook
You can just make out the red “curtains” or ribbons above the green glow. It has been quite a while since I have seen one this good.
2012 is predicted to be a big year for sun spots. It will be interesting to see if there are any good Auroras next year.Share on Facebook
Taken at the Royal Hobart Botanical Gardens. All the leaves have just about dropped, and I have no doubt that winter is well on its way.
I was primarily shooting video, and I’m hoping to have a shot video consisting of a few focus pulls onto vimeo or flickr soon.Share on Facebook
It’s that time of the year again for snow, Mt Wellington has had a few good dumps over the past few weeks, so I thought I’d head up and take a few shots at sunset. Some bettter light would have been better, but still ok.
This was my first official outing with my new 17-40mm f4 L, and it works great :). Nice and sharp.Share on Facebook
Allocating time for photography need not be costly. Today I allocated just 20 minutes to go and take some pictures. This shot was taken in Ralphs Bay, just a stones throw from the main road. The sunset was not all that great, but I enjoyed making the most of it.
It was taken with the canon 24-105 IS, because I had no other suitable lens. 2 x hi-tech filters stacked, with an f22 aperture and long 25sec+ exposure, and me, acting as a wind break.Share on Facebook
It’s a good thing I don’t have a camera at the moment, because the weather has been shocking in Hobart over recent weeks. Weeks of overcast skies and rain. Is summer really here?
My 5d Mark 2 is on order and I can’t wait for it to arrive, finally some full frame goodness I can’t wait to see the results using the 16-35L to it’s full potential, 24mm on a 1.6x body is just not the same.
The above picture was taken on my old 40D with the 16-35mm L.
I’m expecting big things Mr Canon….Share on Facebook
This shot was taken at Taroona near the shot tower in the early morning light. The leaves lit up a nice goldern colour, appearing they they were just about to drop from the trees in Autumn.
Failing to capture anything on Taroona beach due to a rather plain sunrise, this was the best I could do for the day.
I’ve printed this picture out at A3. Looks Great.Share on Facebook
I was suprised to find that there was quite a bit of snow still on the mountain, Mt Wellington is the schenic backdrop to Hobart in Tasmania. Mt Wellington recently had a good dumping of snow, and I thought it was about time to head up from some sunset shots.
The weather had only just cleared over the summit, and it was 50:50 if any good shots were to be had. This is one of the better usable shots I took.
I tooks some other good ones as well, but I have since found out after blowing them up that the Sigma 10-20mm lens and Cokin P series ND grads don’t mix :(
I’ve added this shot to my shop should anyone like a print.Share on Facebook
Bellerive beach is located just across the river from Hobart (pictured in the background), it has fantastic rock formations which when combined with the sunset resulted in a wonderful variety of colors and textures.
This is a HDR image created from 3 individual shots, exposure times were long and all shots used a Cokin ND graduated filter. This filters is synonymous with creating wonderful purple skies.
This picture is avaliable for purchase from the shop link.Share on Facebook