I don't mind a good jetty, I only realised after taking these shots at 'long jetty' how long its been since I have stood on a jetty. I also now realise the complexities of taking a shot of a jetty with a handrail, wtf your thinking πŸ˜‰ well you see.. to get everything to line up nicely, ie the bottom of the jetty planks to line up with the corners of the frame, the handrail to be 1/3rd up the frame and the vanishing point to be .. well where it is πŸ˜‰ is actually more than walking out and plonking your dinky tripod down and firing off a shot, there is a lot of up tripod, down tripod… tweak camera position etc…
so the next time ya walk out on a jetty, think of the complexities πŸ˜‰ (yeah, first world problem i know)..
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Exif love:
D750 coupled with Nikkor 16-35mm f4 @ 16mm Aperture: f16 and Shutter Speed: 1/1.6s
ISO 100
Out front – Hoya CPL and LEE Graduated filter 0.9x

20 thoughts on “Angles

  1. +Al Chris
    that area (Avoca and surrounds) is a great place to base yourself for a couple of days of sweet image taking I reckon. There are waterfalls, lagoons, beaches and headlands all in 30-60 minute radius. I have been up that way a few times just on sunrise sessions, but am seriously considering a couple of overnighters πŸ˜‰ FYI, there are cabins/accommodation right on this shore, literally you walk across the road and you have this view.

  2. Umm… is it up Woy Woy way?
    JB sent me to there for a sunrise shoot last July when I did the big lone adventure.
    I might suggest to Steve that he take some long service leave so we can head up there one term break.

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