Tag Archives: Canon Tilt Shift 17mm

The famous Western Australian Pinnacles!

                    Following on from previous post, here is the first of the Pinnacles series we shot last night. Shot with my trusty 17mm tilt shift so it is sharp from front … Continue reading

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Little Parakeet Sunset, Rottnest Island

                    I set out the other day at Rottnest to do some night shots which were inspired from some of the work that Brent Pearson does, but the high tide squashed … Continue reading

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Rottnest season is back again!!!

    The Rottnest season is now on again and we started it off with our very good friends, Con, Jenny, Greggy and Reece. A great feed of whiting was caught caught yesterday arvo and then we cooked them up … Continue reading

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Lake Ballard Statue

You have probably had enough of these statues between mine and Christian’s blog, but I particularly like this one as a closing statue shot from the trip. Taken with the Canon 17mm tilt shift at F4 in the middle of … Continue reading

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South Perth Sunset

I don’t know how many of you photogs out there got out last night, coz as you can see above it was pretty awesome! I know that Matty Saul failed the mission by promising to watch the Eagles lose again … Continue reading

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Colour version Richmond Town Church

Here you go Brett…colour version as requested…let me know if you like the Black and White or colour version best! I think I still like the Black and White, but its a close call!

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Bruny Island Beach North

This is the view North of the Bruny Island Beach. A 3 shot stitch with my 17m Tilt Shift lense that I have grown to love to pieces! How are the rocks in the foreground of this shot! Waycool formations … Continue reading

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