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Taken with a Canon EOS 60D, 8-16mm lens (F5.6, ISO-100, 1/60 sec exposure). HDR done by converting 1 single RAW file into 3 exposures (1, 0, -1) tonemapped in Photomatix, with final editing done in CS5
Location: The beautiful Bobbin Head, Kuring-Gai Chase National Park, NSW, Australia
I’m so lucky I have an understanding boss who knows all about my photography obsession and is ok when I rock up to work a few minutes late because I had to stop and “play”…
Well that is exactly what happened on the way to work the other morning.. Bobbin Head was full of this gorgeous thick fog, there were plenty of sunbeams glistening through (again nowhere that I could stop) but they were there all the same.
So I parked the car and walked around to where boardwalk bridge is and it wasn’t until I was heading back to the car that I started “playing around” with different comps that included the rock.. And this was the result (well one of many), so if you’re viewing this I hope you like it.
Here’s the colour version also (still can’t make up my mind between them, but still partial to the BW version…