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Strange Cloud hanging over the bay

9 Jan 2013 at 7:08pm

Strange Cloud hanging over the bay

Geographe Bay

Geographe Bay

 

Had some great cloud around last week. Mark Stothard and I were shooting Castle Rock when this cloud appeared. Weird one, anyone know the name of this sort of cloud?

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956 hits in one day thanks to the 5D Mark II

11 Dec 2008 at 2:42am

3200-boats This is another pic from a couple of nights ago. The stats on this pic are:- f/1.6, 0.6 sec, 3200 iso. Image was taken at 9.22pm. Had to run some Noise Ninja over it to make it useable but it responded pretty well. I would like to see how something like this would print, will have to do some tests. 956 hits in one day, I was so hoping it would get to 1000 but that will be something to look forward to over the coming months. All thanks to the interest in the new 5D and you guys for having a look at what it can do. Keep an eye out for more new stuff. Michael is working on some video as I type, he is a bit slower than me to get onto stuff, have to keep asking him, “where’s the footage”. You can imagine what he tells me to do! Can’t post it as little kids like Stakky are tuning in!

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More night shots from the 5D

10 Dec 2008 at 4:28am

geo-bay-2 This is a stitch, obviously. Again shot at 800 iso. This one is a little more noisey than the other as I under exposed it by a couple of stops. Doh!!! The end result is pretty good and if printed on canvas would be shmick! Forgot to mention this was taken about 9.15pm in the dark with a bit of moonlight.

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Exit Light, Enter Night

10 Dec 2008 at 12:39am

surf-cat This is a line from one of my favourite Metallica songs. Obviously they didn’t have a 5D mark II. This show that it doesn’t get dark after the sun goes down, you just need to be able to see in the dark. This camera does. The stats, iso 800, f5, 13 seconds. Little to no noise in the RAW image. Depth of field suffered a little with that aperture but the overall effect is good. Helped along by the moonlight. The white spots are stars. Live view was perfect for focusing on the surf cat. I love this camera!!!

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