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Another Sugarloaf Rock Photo

5 Jun 2012 at 3:40pm

Yes Sugarloaf again. I haven’t ever done a black and white version, I think!

I was there on Sunday morning with Markie Mark Stothard and Ian Wise. It was blowing a bit but the promise of a nice sunrise made up for it. We did get some nice colour in the end but I chose Black and White, go figure! ┬áIt was a fun morning out. I chose this angle because I didn’t want Sugarloaf to be the main subject. The rocks in between are still very photogenic.

I like this take and will be printing up a large version some time this week for the gallery.


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Sugarloaf Swell

28 Jul 2011 at 4:51pm

This isn’t the best image I have taken but today at Sugarloaf was pretty epic. The swell was the biggest I have ever seen there. Shooting conditions were appalling with strong winds and the salt spray coated everything. Luckily I had a plastic bag to cover the Phase with and an old polariser for the lens. For those who have been to Sugarloaf Rock, that is just about everyone! you would know how huge it is. The spray was going higher than the rock. It was just brilliant to watch.


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Sugarloaf Rock, Not another one!

14 Apr 2010 at 6:25am

Sugarloaf Rock

Sugarloaf Rock

Ok, Ok I know this place has been shot to death but it is in my backyard in fact only a 10 minute drive from my front door. I had the choice of going for a bike ride in 80kmph winds or go take some pics. Sorry to my riding buddies, work got in the way! Some times you just have to leave the lycra at the door.

Shot with the Phase One of course. Unfortunately as this was a 30 second exposure the image isn’t as sharp as I would have liked also I didn’t stack the focus on this one. I will print it today and take to the Phase one night being held at Team Digital. If you want to see it in the flesh come and say hello.

P65+, 45mm Phase lens, 645df and my trusty Gitzo tripod that I am falling in love with!

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