This is a revisit on a photograph I captured and processed back in 2008. The new photo is probably more of an accurate representation of the colours that I actually saw. There’s a lot of CA in both these photographs, not much I could do there. They original photo was taken on a 450D/17-85mm combination and saved as JPEG. If the image was taken in RAW, I’m sure I could have done a lot more. This is the photograph that I had originally posted in 2008. A little…

Again, these photos are from a few weeks ago that went un-processed for a while. On the day, I decided to change my perspective a little and take a few photos at ground level. Both these photos were taken using with my EF 70-200 2.8L IS. The rocks are in a puddle of water about 2 meters wide. Just for the perspective, the first picture is of a rock about 10cm in length (If I remember right). These photos were the outcome of an exploratory photo trip. I…

I went on another photo trip with Richard this afternoon. A few weeks ago, we drove away from the city. This time, we headed into the city.

I’ve really been trying to get the creative juices going by post processing my photos over the past few days. I’m slowly getting a grasp on using some of the sliders that I haven’t really touched in the past.

I met up with someone in Cootamundra to go out taking photos. I saw this tree driving down the road and I thought that it looked awesome. I wasn’t expecting it to turn out this amazing!

A creek flowing through a rainforest area in the blue mountains. This was one of the small creeks that ran over our walking track in the Blue Mountains. I’m still amazed by the amount of water that flowed down the slopes.

Looking up Wentworth falls in the blue mountains. Another photo from the Blue Mountains. There was a minute break in the grey clouds that allowed me to capture the blue sky.

The middle section of Wentworth Falls in the Blue Mountains This waterfall was huge (on my scale of waterfalls). It has 3 tiers and has a total height of 187 meters.