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Seascape time exposures Sugarloaf Rock with Velvia 35mm 50 iso film, first published in the Leeuwin Naturaliste postcard series then in a calendar.
The weathered granite textures around Sugarloaf Rock Cape Naturaliste hold fascinating shapes.
framed 50.5cm x 60.5cm | image 28cm x 35cm | 1 of ed10 | $900
I was walking at Redgate Beach along the Cape to Cape Walk with an approaching storm 16x20in photographic print $300 posted worldwide.
Contemporary panoramic photographs are only a middle section taken out of a larger image! This is a 6x12cm crop from a 4×5 transparency to avoid lens flare. Most “panoramic” cameras simply crop all your compositions, you lose the rest of the image.
Two images made within an hour show vastly different light. This image of Surf, Rabbit Hill, Yallingup, was published in 1992 and became a hugely successful postcard. It was made with a short zoom lens but still required some cropping in the final drum scan for colour separations (before photoshop!).
Conto Beach at sunset. Overhanging limestone cliffs dominate the beach and create a dramatic back drop to this part of the Cape to Cape Track. Framed 15x 30in print available.
This image was made in 2012 to replace an older version I had decided to retire. The retired image was made in 1997. It first appeared as a postcard and published tens of thousands of times. It has also appeared in magazines and books.
Redgate Beach coastline Margaret River. Much of the coastline is characterised by outcrops of granite. A deep fissure creates a strong visual element in this composition.