Busselton Jetty


After the final day finished of the Ninety Degrees Five (ND5) seminar/workshop, I found myself wondering where I could get one last photograph before setting out for our 3 hour drive back up to the northern suburbs of Perth. Busselton Jetty was an easy choice, with its bridge stretching out almost 2km into Geographe Bay, this iconic jetty is the southern hemispheres longest wooden jetty.

Unknown Waters


This is something I haven’t really done much of before. But  it is something I would like to do more of. During my last shoot, the other photographer (Jay Harman) had taken a brilliant shot of the jetty. The shot was too good to pass up, and not wanting to copy his image, I instantly thought of a great opportunity to do some work and add a few textures in.
Any comments on the shot would be great.

Mindarie Marina

Mindarie Marina is located 30 minutes north of Perth City in Western Australia. This man made marina boasts some of the best marina estates in the state with multi million dollar properties leading right down to the waters edge, most with private jetties.

This is the first time I have taken photos here, so expect many more 🙂

Details
Canon 5d Mark II
24-105mm f4.0L IS USM + 10 Stop B+W ND Filter + CircPol
A: f9.0
T: 150s
ISO:50

Amazing what filters can do. My last shot was from the same location as this one. Only differences, no 10 stop ND filter, and this time it was taken in portrait.

Details
Canon 5d Mark II
24-105mm f4.0L IS USM + CircPol
A: f9.0
T:13s
ISO: 50

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The Hazards

Freycinet National Park located on the east coast in the Australian state of Tasmania. We visited Tassie for a mates wedding and afterwards we spent 4 days travelling around the northern part of the state. On the trip I asked my now fiancé to marry me. Was a pretty special holiday in more ways then one 🙂
The Hazards are a rugged mountain chain in the Freycinet National Park on Tasmania‘s east coast. They are positioned between Coles Bay, Tasmania and Wineglass Bay and are said to be named after local whaler, African-American Captain Richard Hazard. (info from wiki)

Details

Canon 5d Mark II

16-35mm f/2.8L II USM + CPol & Cokin Filters
A:     f7
T:     1/60
FL:   16mm
ISO: 100