Good morning all! These are a couple photos from a few months back that I decided to re-edit 😊.
I am currently in Bali, we flew in midday yesterday so prepare for some Bali posts very shortly! 😁
Nikon 18mm - 55mm 3.5 - 5.6
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'Best in Show'
FIPP 2019 is searching for your 'Best in Show' Portrait images.
AU$20,000 Prize Pool. 'FIPP - The Competition that keeps on giving' (Inside Imaging). Major sponsors: Nikon Australia
and City of Fremantle.
Charities: Arthritis WA and the Kai Eardley Fund (mental health for youth). ENTRIES CLOSE: 7 July 2019
We lost a legend yesterday. The Scapers send out our deepest condolences to Karlie, Mia and all of Dale’s family and friends. Gone but never forgotten.
R. I. P Dale
🏖🏜🔅SCAPE OF THE DAY🔅🌃🌌 Featuring the best of Dales landscapes, seascapes and cityscapes!
This time of year holds a special place in my heart. I really love moody sunsets and emtpy places. In summer you can't park with-in a kilometre of Coogee beach people absolutely everywhere. In winter a drop in 10 degrees from summer and not a single soul to enjoy moments like these.. 😏🌬🥶👌
"This is an intricate macaw feather detail that’s revealed by capturing 160 individual images and then blending them together to create a single image through a process called focus stacking.
Focus stacking is very different from depth of field. A single image made at even the smallest lens aperture will only deliver a single plane of truly sharp focus while introducing lens aberrations. Employing focus stacking allows you to achieve the best of all worlds when you’re seeking to have every part of your subject tack sharp. You can also achieve the highest lens performance possible by using the optimum aperture for the lens.
This stack was captured and internally controlled by the Nikon Z7 camera using a menu setting called Focus Shift Mode. The camera automatically captures each individual image as it steps the focus from front to back creating a stack of images to be blended later. Give it a try!" - @joeyterrill