Posts from the ‘Shot of the Day’ Category

6
Jun

Shot of the Day #37

This long exposure is of a Road Train travelling along the Stuart Highway not far out from Alice Springs. I was standing just off to the side of the road with my camera and tripod when this massive (only) 2 trailer Road Train came howling past. The red and orange LED lights made excellent light streams, but unfortunately my camera’s sensor was too hot to expose long enough to capture the stars (so clear in the Outback) :P !

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Road Train Lights - Outback Australia

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15
May

Shot of the Day #36

Long Exposure photography is my number one technique to use, and I love finding new things to try with long shutter speeds. This photograph is one of my crazy exposures that involves no perfected skill to create, it is purely blurred streams of light produced by waving my camera around with the shutter open :P ! I think it makes a great Desktop Image for your computer, it’s mine at the moment!

http://www.images.scottphotographics.com/shot-of-the-day/%2336/abstract-light-trails-1.jpg

Triple Layer Light Streams

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8
May

Shot of the Day #35

I have been experimenting with my Infrared Filter over the past few months and have finally produced some good results with it :P I was photographing in country Victoria with my IR-Filter and took this photograph of a Eucalyptus tree half alive and the other half dead, not an uncommon sight now due to the February Bushfires.

http://www.images.scottphotographics.com/shot-of-the-day/%2335/gum-tree-victoria-bush-hdr.jpg

HDR Infrared Gum Tree

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4
May

Shot of the Day #34

Experimenting with the Canon Macro 1:2.8 Lens and its amazing how crisp and clear the images are :P Unfortunately I was unable to get the DOF(Depth of Field) right in this shot, due to the hastiness of Bees:)

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Macro Bee

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