Monthly Archives: June 2009

The most classical view of Perth downtown from Kings park. Cliché shot. But due to bad weather during my recent trip is was difficult to shot even a cliché. Ten images were made with cheap Nikkor 50/1.8D (still cannot believe that $150 lens produces absolutely superb images) and then stitched with Autopano Pro. More images: […]

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Usually this waterfall is very weak. But we’ ve had lots of rain the last few days. So last Sunday I spontaneously decided to go there just in case there was some water. Not too bad actually. Especially because usually it has only a few trickles. To get this shot I had to use ND8 […]

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This waterfall is located in Budderoo National Park, near Jamberoo, which is about 2 hours drive south of Sydney. Approximately 15 kms west of Kiama on the NSW South Coast. Park open daily 9am – 5pm. Last admission to rainforest 4pm. Rainforest loop walk is about 1.6 kms and takes 1 hour. This is actually […]

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It took Edison more than 1000 attempts to create a proper light bulb. What a persistent guy! I take my hat off in respect. It took me only five attempts to capture great sunrise at Caves beach near Lake Macquarie. Every time I was there the sky was flat, no clouds. But I also was […]

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Spent all three days of the long weekend shooting in Sydney. Yesterday, 5 minutes to sunrise from Mrs Macquarie’s Point. 17mm, ISO 100, f16, 20sec, ND0.9(ND8) and Grad ND0.9(ND8) Soft Edge filters. More images: Sydney Stock Photography.

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