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  • Keep Walking

    This is a shot that I thought wouldn’t turn out too well but thankfully did. On this bridge, there was people walking past constantly and it was made of wood which means vibration would be an issue. I was very surprised that my new travel tripod managed 30 second exposures with no issues. If anyone is looking for a stable travel tripod, the Sirui T-025x is highly recommended.

  • Singapore

    It’s been a little over one week since I got back from Singapore now and I surprisingly miss it. This shot was taken on my first day there and it was when I met up with Joey of lastlights.net. I was trying to do some very long exposures and accidently underexposed this so it took quite a bit of work to get it to look how I wanted it to.

  • Merlion City

    Singapore is a location I’ve wanted to visit for many years now. Last week I was luckily enough to finally put that plan into fruition. I would say I really enjoyed my trip except for one aspect, the humidity. Although Sydney isn’t the coldest place in Australia, I do prefer my cold winter days over sunny warm weather. The rain also stopped me from being able to take as many…

  • Storm Over Bradleys Head

    Last weekend the weather appeared to be good so I decided to rent a car and drive to Bradleys Head to do a long exposure. Although I’m happy with the image I got, I did have some challenges.

  • Rookie Mistake

    The title for this post may seem a bit strange. Although once you read through what lead me to capturing this image then it will make perfect sense.

  • Canon EF 16-35mm f/4L IS

    I recently got some new Yongnuo 622c II triggers and decided to give them a test. This was taken with a Yongnuo 685 fired at 1/16th power through a softbox umbrella, 1 meter from the subject on camera right. I also had a reflect at the same distance on camera left to fill shadows that were on the left of the lens.

  • Long Exposures with the Canon EF 16-35mm f/4L IS

      Despite loving my Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L and owning it for many years, I finally made the upgrade to the Canon EF 16-35mm f/4L IS. This lens had been on my wish list for quite some time now and after managing to sell my 17-40, I finally purchased it. I’m really loving this lens so far and can’t wait to get out and use it more!