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Motion | Swan River Sunset

The sun sets on the Swan River looking towards Perth’s skyline on a cloudy Autumn evening.

f/14 | 13 sec | ISO 50
16-35mm f/2.8L @16mm
Canon 5D Mk III

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Coode St Jetty at Sunset

The sun sets over Coode Street Jetty in South Perth, with Perth City in the background. A calm Autumn evening.

f/18 | 30 sec | ISO 100
16-35mm f/2.8L @16mm
Canon 5D Mk III
Lee Big Stopper 10 stop ND filter

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Fremantle Skyline at Night

The Fremantle skyline at night As viewed from the Collie St Car Park, looking North towards Fremantle Harbour:

From this viewpoint, you can see down Market St towards Fremantle Harbour and the unmistakeable cranes in Fremantle Port.

The large red building in the centre is the Newport Hotel.

The green illuminated building to the top left is the Fremantle GPO (post office).

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Fremantle’s Fishermen’s Co-op building at night

Fremantle’s Fishermen’s Co-op building, as viewed from Bathers Beach in Fremantle on a cloudy and still Autumn night:

I’ve been relying on the versatile 24-105mm too much, so this week I decided to challenge myself and use my simplest and cheapest lens, the Canon 50mm f/1.8 (aka the nifty fifty).

I was pleasantly surprised with the results – I’m definitely going to be using the nifty fifty more often!

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Gone Fishing

Last month I visited Busselton in Western Australia with my family. We stayed at a house that was only metres from Geographe Bay.

I did plenty of relaxing, whild dad and my brother threw in a line while the sun set in the evening.

Location: Geographe Bay, Busselton, Western Australia

DJB Photography Workshop – Melbourne City Lights & Laneways Night Walk

Last night I attended the third (and last) photography workshop by DJB Photography.

This walk was my favourite – it was at night, giving me a some great opportunities for some night photos around Melbourne’s laneways, roof tops and night spots.

Below is a selection of my favourite photos:

Warning: Some of the artwork in the second photo is quite offensive

If you haven’t already seen my photos from the first and second nights, I’d love it if you could take a look.

Overall, I found the Triple Walk Workshop very useful. I learnt a few things, met some interesting people and took hundreds of photos in manual mode.

I’d like to thank Daniel for showing us some great photo spots, and giving us some great tips.