Tag Archives: landscape

Strawberry Fields…

I still do not hate good old portra 160 for landscapes. :) Taken on Portra 160 with my Pentax Z1-P using my Sigma 24-70mm Developed and scanned by Valentines Camera house in fremantle. :)
I do love to shoot the strawberry fields when they are planted out. The great lines and colour…and who doesn’t love a good strawberry… also I still do not hate good old portra 160 film in 35mm for landscapes. 🙂 Taken on Portra 160 with my Pentax Z1-P using my Sigma 24-70mm Developed and scanned by Valentines Camera house in Fremantle.

 

 

…one way road to no where….

...oneway road to no where...
…one way road to no where… Taken with: Sony A7r using Minolta 50mm f1.2 manual focus lens Recently over the Christmas break, Lisa and I drove down to the beautiful Margaret River to spend some time with the family in the beautiful surrounds. I stop at this spot every time we make the long drive down south. I like to keep shooting certain scenes till achieve just what I am looking for….unfortunately there are never any clouds when I pass this spot, always giving it quite a harsh, spars feel.

Pathway to the Lake – Part 2 – Voigtlander 35mm f1.4 on Nex5n Four image HDR near cockman house

I took this while out on a walk in the parklands near Cockman house in Wanneroo on my Sony nex5n with my Voigtlander 35mm f1.4 manual focus lens.  This is a HDR merged with Nik HDR fx pro.
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This is four exposures shot freehand with about 1ev stop of difference between each exposure.

HDR landscape of lake near Cockman House, Minolta 21mm f2.8 on Nex5n

While on my recent little photo walk around the Cockman House building I recently posted about Here, I took the time near the end of my walk to switch from my Voigtlander 35mm f1.4 to my Minolta 21mm f2.8 on my Nex5n. Here is a nice little HDR I took of the nearby lake to the buildings. I want to return to this spot.

(as per usual please click on images to see as intended)

This is four images shot freehand taken about 1ev stop apart then merged into a hdr image later using NIK hdr efex.