Droughts And Flooding Rains , Junee, NSW Australia - The HDR Experience by Philip Johnson
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Houlaghans Creek in south New South Wales starts at an elevation of 294m and ends at an elevation of 175m flowing into the Murrumbidgee River.

The Houlaghans Creek drops around 120m over its 84.8km length.

The Houlaghans Creek flows through Hurleys Dam (292m) on its way to joining the Murrumbidgee River.

After record rainfall and floodwaters creeks and rivers reclaimed pastures and floodplains, this location near Junee provided some great photographic opportunities although for limited time before the waters receded.

In March 2012 the Red Bubble Rumble a meetup of 20+ Red Bubble members converged on the Riverina Town of Junee for the Rythm and Rail Festival, unfortunately so did record rain falls and flooding of the surrounding areas. Despite the rain we all had fun sharing shooting locations.

Equipment: Nikon D300 , Nikon 18-70mm

Technique: HDR 20 Exposures shot as a Panoramic Image in 4secgments of 5 bracketted exposures. The first bracketted secment of 5 exposures was tonemapped in Photomatix 4.2 to form one 35mb Tiff File. The procedure was then repeated 3 times to create a total of 4 × 35mb files, these 4 files were then merged usising Photoshop Elements 9.0 to form one 1.2gb file. The final file was sized and saved as both a tiff file and jpeg

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floodplain, flood, junee, riverina, panorama, panoramic, australia, nsw, landscape, philip, johnson, fine, houlaghans, creek, red, bubble, rumble

Philip Johnson is a Photographer located on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. Specialising in HDR photography his works have been shown in galleries,published in Tourism campaigns. His work will also be available as Jig Saws through Crown & Andrews

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Comments

  • Rosalie Dale
    Rosalie Daleover 2 years ago

    Certainly provided some amazing reflections – had to be at the right place at the right time!

  • yes this was the Sundqay night where we headed in all directions to catch the sunset

    – Philip Johnson

  • maybe next junee photo comp entry ?

    – Philip Johnson

  • Rosalie Dale
    Rosalie Daleover 2 years ago

    I suspect you are going to have many potential “next Junee photo comp entry” candidates from the rumble Philip!

  • Rosie Appleton
    Rosie Appletonover 2 years ago

    Lovely aspect :) wish we had time to stop and look at the floodwaters instead of driving, driving, driving to beat them!!

  • Philip Johnson
    Philip Johnsonover 2 years ago

    Many thanks to those who have FAVOURITED this image but have not made a comment the Favourite helps and is appreciated

  • John Schneider
    John Schneiderover 2 years ago

    Marvelous shot, the varying shades of blue really works well!

  • mom23girls
    mom23girlsover 2 years ago

    Beautiful!!

  • Tom Gomez
    Tom Gomezover 2 years ago

    Super work Philip …

  • Thanks Tom , and also for the FAVOURITE they help panos get noticed in RB

    – Philip Johnson

  • Akkra
    Akkraover 2 years ago

    Stunning pano, the blues are electric!

  • zoeeeeeeeeeeeeee thanks and not a boat to see, i think we might have needed a ark though

    – Philip Johnson

  • Keith Reesor
    Keith Reesorover 2 years ago

    Purely magical Philip!! :)

  • Thanks Keith, and also for the FAVOURITE they help panos get noticed in RB

    – Philip Johnson

  • Phil Woodman
    Phil Woodmanover 2 years ago

    Phil, did you use a blue filter ?

  • no i belive it was the light at the time, it was taken in relatively low light after the sun had set

    – Philip Johnson

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