Shooting down from the basket into a lake we were travelling over resulted in this slightly surreal image. Hardware: Canon EOS 1 MkIIN, EF 24-105 f/4LExposure: ISO200 1/40s @ f/4.5, 70mmPost: Increased contrast, black point, reduced exposure.
From, but not of a balloon today: This image shows the flagpole atop Parliament House, canberra, with the old ‘temporary’ Parliament House in the background. the symetry of this image make it work for me. hardware: Canon EOS 1D MkIIN, EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USMExposure: ISO200, 1/320s @ f/5.6, -0.33EV, 135mmPost: Black point, contrast, sharpening.
I’m continuing with the images from the balloon ride… probably for a week or so, so I hope you like them! I really was wondering if the red and purple balloon in the bottom corner was in trouble it went so low… but it would have been an exciting ride for the passengers. I love theContinue reading “Reflected Balloons…”
With the sun rising and turning the cold dawn into a beautiful morning, ballooning over Canberra was a wonderful place to be. The sun’s rays, the balloons and the wonderful colours make this a beautiful image. Hardware: Canon EOS 1D MlIIN, EF 24-105mm f/4L Exposure: ISO200, 1/1600s @ f/4.5, 24mm Post: Increased black point, sharpening,Continue reading “Balloons over Canberra…”
Kid’s football is fun to shoot, but use a high shutter speed to freeze the action. Unless you have a high-end late model DSLR, use the centre focussing spot and crop: it will focus faster than the other spots. Hardware: Canon EOS 1D MkIIN, EF 70-200 f/2.8 Exposure: ISO400, 1/640s @ f/8, 200mm Post: crop,Continue reading “Watching the ball…”
The Pasha Bulker ran aground on Nobby’s Beach, Newcastle, and this is my favorite shot from the morning after the storm. Hardware: Canon EOS 1D MkIIN, 24-105mm f/4L Exposure: ISO400, 1/1000 @ f/6.3, +1EV, 70mm Post: Increase contrast