I’ve just recently (well, about a month ago) returned from holidays in Victoria. It wasn’t a photo trip as such, but I was able to visit some unique spots for some photographs. Here are some of my favourite images.
Here are some panoramas from the Grampians National Park, it is lovely area in north west Victoria. The first one is a sunrise at Baroka Lookout, and the second one a sunset at Reid’s Lookout. Both of these are stitched from a number of vertical frames with a 50mm lens.
Over at Brighton Beach, which is a along the bay just south of Melbourne, I caught a sunset, making this stitched panorama. It is almost a 270 degrees view, made up of multiple vertical frames with a an ultra wide 17-40mm f/4L lens (Canon), shot on the wide 17mm end.
At Clifton Springs, is a nice set of old piers which is a must-see for photographers in the area:
We also hit the Great Ocean Road, great sights to see there. This is Smyth’s Creek, its just off the road itself, you’ll miss it if you don’t look carefully.
So many photos and still not enough time to go through them all yet, so I might post more of them later 🙂
I’ve been a little quite on the blog front lately, probably just been a little busy. But I’m hoping to post a lot more stuff in the next few weeks. Some more tutorials, and behind the scenes articles, and not just posting my favourite work!