I took another trip up Mount Osborn. Yes it’s a HDR, but the range of light was just so broad it just had to be.
That’s Adelaide in the background.
Details: ISO100, F/5.0, 6 Exposures between 1/3rd and 20 Seconds, combined using Photomatix and adjusted in Lightroom (Recovery +25, Fill light +8, Contrast +10, Vibrance +6, Sharpening + 40). Tidied up and cropped in Photoshop.
This was a 3 hour Time-Lapse taken from in the river.
The mp4 file will be available shortly.
So I’ve been shipped out to Adelaide for a few weeks.
Over the next few weeks I’ll be posting what I got up to.
This one is a favourite of mine. 180 degree Milky way shot.
Greetings, It’s been a while I know… (Click on the Video title to download a Higher Quality copy)
Of course viewing in in Full Screen gives a much better view of all of the stars.
Note: I’m not sure why but when you play the embedded video it skips about 2-3 seconds of the video, you can just manually seek back and it’s fine.
A 3 hour time lapse from the shore of Lake Moogerah. About 3 seconds in you can see the wind blowing across the lake and then briefly fogging up the lens.
Governors Chair Lookout
After a short but rough trip up the mountain I found this lookout. I thought I’d try out a low time-lapse by having the rail on the ground. However the cart got stuck on some rocks, hence why the video is jumpy. But it’s still early days!
Giving a 45 degree accent a go. Used the car as a close subject.
Burleigh Heads Test
Ah yes, posting every week, I might make that every fortnight. I’ve become busy again!
Anywho this was taken from atop the Arc de Triomphe, it was a cool 5c plus wind chill, but I think it’s worth it.
This second image was taken somewhere in south france, it was a spur of the moment photo. It was my favorite of the lot.
I thought this a rather fitting title for the first post in over a year, Yes things have been a little busy as of late, I’ve been renting out my camera and various lenses through Brisbane Camera Hire since 2010 henec I haven’t had my camera around for a while.
I’ve recently returned from a 4 week trip to France, Here is the first of Many photos I took.
One more Image each week for the foreseeable future, Enjoy
Last night i headed out towards a well decorated house down the street, 26 Pindari st to be precise.
Out the front of a house near mine. It takes them ~3 months to set it all up (in their spare time)
So it’s been a while since my last post, so basically in the last month I have sat my IB exams, finished school, gone to schoolies, gone to rainbow beach and the finally yeppoon.
These last few weeks have been a bit of a busy period, but alas I have almost finished school now so a little time to post has come up.
As you may or may not know I live in the Gap and there was recently a storm and from it some interesting clouds formed, which coupled with a setting sun gave some interesting results.
The general view the day after.
Secondly I was on set with the great J. Carroza filming a film late at night under the old museum in Brisbane. Here’s a little documentation, take not upon the taped up Mics on the ceiling.
In other news, as many of you may know this week ubuntu 9.10 is being released. But you may not know that one of the default backgrounds is one of mine!
Here’s the selection window!
And here it is in action.
You can view the actual image itself here http://www.flickr.com/photos/roomurdock/3294531381/