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Took the set this morning at Forrester's Beach on Australia's Central Coast. I got some advice recently that if you want to be a good landscape photographer, the best thing you can do is practice waking up early. I was dragging a bit this morning, but the light really made it worthwhile.
I'd love to hear any comments or critique you might have.
First shot of the morning. It was so dark I couldn't actually tell whether anything was in focus or not. Set it to 3m and crossed my fingers. I've shot worse.
#1 | 5DmkIII | 24-150mm f/4 | ISO 400 | f/11 | 30" | 35mm
The dramatic lens flare here was actually caused by having my graduated filter in the front slot instead of the rear.
#2 | 5DmkIII | 24-150mm f/4 | ISO 100 | f/16 | 0.5" | 60mm
Really different rock formations at Forrester's make for some interesting waves and combinations of still and rough waters.
#3 | 5DmkIII | 24-150mm f/4 | ISO 100 | f/13 | 0.5" | 50mm
The light was beautiful this morning. I did virtually no post processing on these images.
#4 | 5DmkIII | 24-150mm f/4 | ISO 100 | f/13 | 0.3" | 40mm
Thanks for looking.