In The Bag

Gear, everyone always asks what your shooting with. It only matters when it’s relevant to what you intend to do with your images. It is important to know how to use your equipment, and shoot regularly. As Dorothea Lange said “A Camera is a tool for learning how to see without a camera”. All of our resources need to work together to make a photograph that holds interest. Arnold Newman summed it up as “Visual ideas combined with technology combined with personal interpretation equals photography. Each must hold it’s own; if it doesn’t, the thing collapses.”

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Camel Rock


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1 – Jagged Hills, 6:45am 27/11/2015, Fujifilm X-T1, XF50-140mm F2.8 @ 63mm, 1/680s @ f22, ISO 400 (-1EV)

( Wallaga Lake area Map GPS 36°22’42″S 150°4’47″E)

The Hunt for Images

As the name suggests camel rock, well, looks a bit like a camel from some viewpoints and with a little imagination. If you can imagine being a little more along the beach to the right in the shot below…obviously taken on a different day when the weather was not so fine, perhaps you can see a camel lying down, head out to sea?

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2 – Camel Rock, 23/11/2015 7:50am, Fujifilm X-T1, XF14mmF2.8, .9s @ f16 ISO800 (+2/3EV)

This post’s opening image was taken at the rock to the left – on a different day.

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