Being an Australian photographer is rewarding as the diverse landscape offers some truly remarkable locations. The Pinnacles is located along the coast of Western Australia near Jurien Bay. Whenever I look at this photo my eye is lead through the passage of towering rocks into the unknown. A total of 5 images combined with a sandpaper texture were used to create this vertical stitch.
Is this image your cup of tea?
I’m really interested to hear your feed back on the sort of images you like seeing on this blog. The feedback is really important to me as I am planning to make all my landscape and wildlife photos I take next year free to download. There will of course be an option to donate if you wish. You can read about my future plans in an article written by Maximilian Majewski. Check out the link to the article on one of my previous posts – The Meaning of Free
Please leave a comment below and let me know what sort of photos you would like to see in the future. Thank you.
Albany locals – Katrina Bartley, Julie Holland and Michael Lee joined me on a photography trip out to Shelly beach on one of my recent visits to the lovely coastal town. This is one of my images from the very blue day.
I just finished a video for you all on how to get the following stylized result. Considering the time (wee hours of the morning!) there is bound to be some mistakes. Ahhhh this takes me back to all-nighters in Sydney editing films and commercials! MMMMMmmmm COFFEE!!!!
The tutorial comes with the following recommendations/warnings:
1) Turn on the kettle and pour a nice hot beverage
2) Even better….just head straight to the wine cabinet
3) Take notes!
4) Don’t fall asleep.
Finally, if this tutorial has helped make sure you repost it on you’re site so others can share the love. Just copy and paste the following link: