Dunsborough Has It All!!!
Here are three of my Dunsborough photos, i have a few more to go through, so i figured i would put these up for now.
This is a 4 image stitch, from Bunker Bay at sunrise. The light was pretty even, but some of the colours weren’t very vibrant.
For those of you who were at Christians course, this is my Meelup up shot that i mentioned i took that day. I really like it! I had never seen water this nice and the white fluffy clouds were a bonus. This one is a 8 or 9 image stitch, cant quite remember.
I took this photo the same morning as the Bunker Bay shot, but it wasn’t until about 8am. the light was still good, and the clouds still had some colour to them. It’s an 11 image stitch (the most photos i have ever stitched). The swell was pretty big and waves were smashing through the rock’s. So i wanted to have a lengthy exposure time to get the white blurs in the water. With no ND filter i slapped on the old circular polariser (despite the stitching problems i was well aware of) and then held the dark part of my grad filter over that. I think because of the clouds, low and even light, the polariser didn’t affect my stitching. By doing that, this is what i came up with. It’s my favourite image from the weekend so far, but i still have a few more to go through!
Saturday morning i got up and drove to Busselton to get a photo of the jetty. Just as the sun was coming up a big hole opened up in the clouds which gave an intense pink sky. The lighting worked out really well, being light over the little hut things, then getting darker to the right under the clouds.
When I was driving down Sugarloaf road, I stopped at the look out just before you get to the Sugarloaf Rock parking lot, to look along the coast.The minute i stepped out of the car I thought that it would work as a Peter Eastway style shot. I think I have done pretty well. It took a lot of looking through Peter’s website, and this is what I have got. This snap is a 6 image stitch. I think it is fair to say that he is extremely good at what he does!
Let me know what you think, and keep an eye out for more to come!