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"Mathinna Falls" ∞ Mathinna, Tasmania - Australia by Jason Asher

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After a good hour driving around in circles, we finally found the ever so elusive (to us, anyway!) Mathinna Falls.

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

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falls, waterfall, waterfalls, water, rocks, forest, rainforest, stream, creek, mathinna, tasmania, tassie, tas, national park, forest reserve, reserve, national reserve, mathinna falls, velvia, velvia 50, analogue, film, transparency, slide film, e7, 120, 6x7, mf, medium format

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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Comments

  • Jason Asher
    Jason Asherabout 2 years ago

  • Paul Thompson Photography
    Paul Thompson ...about 2 years ago

    Stunning work!!!

  • AnnDixon
    AnnDixonabout 2 years ago

    Natures Paintbrush

    BEAUTIFUL work
    .

  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeabout 2 years ago

  • Garth Smith
    Garth Smithabout 2 years ago

    Very nice Jason, beautiful dark shot.

  • Adam  Davey
    Adam Daveyabout 2 years ago

    Thats great.
    How does the B/W polariser work? I have a circular polariser, how do they differ?
    Cheers

    AD

  • Cheers Adam :) They’re the same thing mate – B+W is just the brand name. This one is a 105mm filter that attaches to the front of my slot in filter holder, so I can use graduated filters and the polariser at the same time. Hope this has helped :)

    – Jason Asher

  • cfortunetruth
    cfortunetruthabout 2 years ago

    Absolutely superb capture!

  • Fiona Christensen
    Fiona Christensenabout 2 years ago

    June 2012

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