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Cedar Creek Falls ∞ QLD, Australia by Jason Asher

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Cedar Creek Falls is a popular swimming hole somewhere in the Samford Valley. There were a few kids doing some pretty cringe-worthy jumps off the top cliff into the water, and that cliff was mucher higher as it seems here, with the wide angle lens making it seem so small! Taken during the day with, as you can see, some fairly harsh lighting.

Shot on Velvia 50 with a Mamiya RB67, 50mm C lens and B+W polariser.

Featured in Bubbling Artists – November 2011

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Jason Asher is an landscape photographer based in Brisbane, Australia. Jason specialises in producing high-quality images of our natural world, with a strong focus on capturing the beauty and mystery of where Land meets Sea. Jason’s love of nature does not end with the ocean as he aspires to photograph all things natural in his own unique way.

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  • Jason Asher
    Jason Asherabout 3 years ago

  • Brett Rogers
    Brett Rogersabout 3 years ago

    Oh yeah! Medium format Velvia is what I like. Love it, Jason!
    Cheers mate,

  • Cheers Brett, wasn’t too sure about this one because of the lighting. More to come of course! :)

    – Jason Asher

  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeabout 3 years ago

  • AnnDixon
    AnnDixonabout 3 years ago

    Natures Paintbrush

    BEAUTIFUL work

  • Ladymoose
    Ladymooseabout 3 years ago
  • Glenn Cecero
    Glenn Ceceroabout 3 years ago

    Beautiful Shot!

  • mewalsh
    mewalshabout 3 years ago

    Great shot in harsh lighting Jason – did you use meter with the prism or a ‘real’ meter?

  • Cheers Michelle :) I used a pentax digital spot meter in conjunction with the zone system.. though this image probably isn’t the best example of it! :)

    – Jason Asher

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