The Photographer

I think all togs have been in this positions at some stage, no not the dude out there, but me, dealing with the crowds of people 😉 ok ok, maybe just the one dude and admittingly he was there first! Turimetta is one of those location in Sydney which has just become synonymous with photography and as a result on any given sunrise or sunset I reckon you would have tog out there bent over a tripod striking a blow for photography freedom 😉

Anyway, when all else fails, use what is presented to you to make the best shot you can, I did as such 🙂 Cheers dude for standing still for over a minute 🙂

Usually its +Suren J or +Rodney Campbell in my shot, but this time rodney was playing on the muddy cliffs and Suren was finding solace in the waves:)

Single frame, there was a dabbling of lightpainting from the left side of the scene, just to give some extra illumination to those sweet textures in the pipeline.
Exif/setup data:
D7000 coupled with Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 @12mm Aperture: f/8 and Shutter Speed: 73.9s
out front – LEE graduated filter 0.9 and screw in circular polariser

As always, I welcome any suggestions, comments and improvements to my photography, they are always warmly welcomed.

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31 thoughts on “The Photographer

  1. Mmm I believe there are quiet moments that make us pause..and make us glad to be alive..this worthy of one of those moments dear Gerard!! Cheers…you are very humble too…

  2. Muddy cliffs was not wrong Gerry. The pano stitched tho so I guess that is some comfort – actually zoomed in to 100% on my shot I can clearly see you taking one like this (with the other tog in front of you (I think you're both a little further forward closer to that square outlet thing))

  3. Tanks for having a look and commenting, very much appreciated
    +Eric Biradom
    +Tracie Behmlander (very nice words, thanks)
    +Ngoc Nguyen
    +Nabeela Saleem
    +Efrain Salvador, Jr.
    +Céline Tremblay (no..thankyou:) )
    +Jeff Brown – he does add some context and interest to the image 🙂
    +Flora Blake
    +Geoff Moffatt (very usefully lens, takes some gettign used to, however very good)
    +Best Top Photographer Group
    +Rodney Campbell , well ya did not fall off 🙂 and the pano stitching is a bonus.
    +Lyn Tang
    +Andy Jamil
    +Soraya Lillith Bergh Gans
    +Liz S-B
    +Photo Mania Australia and +Dave Tomek
    +Ray C
    +BTP Editor's Choice (Best Top Photographer's page)
    +C Loise
    +Photo Mania Global
    +Adriana Sanchez
    +Toshi Nakamura cheers mate, always a pleasure to share to the #landscapephotography theme.
    +Anna Gabrys
    Thanks.

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