7th October 2017
Some sunrises just stand out for every good reason and this sunrise fitted that category!
Wellington Point, Brisbane, Australia, has been my playground for the last few months where I have been fortunate enough to house-sit a friend’s home. I have been able to travel to this beautiful and versatile destination. It is versatile apart from a different sunrise and sunset daily, if offers a landscape photographer, as myself, so many opportunities to shoot sunrises and sunsets all within walking distance.
As you can see, the jetty is a lovely feature and the clouds are beautifully reflected on the water. Doesn’t colour make a big difference, in every facet, including the clouds? The gold of the sun across the water was intense. The tide was just going out. I stepped into the water, wearing my waders, and with the stillness of the water, the conditions were perfect for shooting. I lowered my tripod and with my camera secured on my tripod, I instantly started clicking my camera button. I used photographic filters to introduce warmth.
Wellington Point is a favourite with the public, including the fishermen. Depending on the tide, they usually head out to sea in impressive numbers leaving behind expectant Pelicans and Seagulls. Photographing a sunrise such as this one, involves the Landscape Photographer thinking quickly on their feet as the light is constantly changing. As a Landscape Photographer, I love the opportunity to capture images with what I call ‘organic compositions’. Photographic technicalities are essential, but personally I believe creativity in photographic composition is just as important. Capturing that ‘wow’ moment! Which is interpreted differently by so many people.
Thank you for appreciating my work!
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Location: Wellington Point, Brisbane, Australia
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