Friday, April 2, 2010

Turimetta (Brad)

Today we went out for a morning shoot to Turimetta, on the Northern Beaches of Sydney, just north of Narrabeen. As it turns out this is a particularly popular spot for photography (have a look at the first image below!). This is a great spot though and I was pretty happy with the results today. I hope you like the photos...
All angles covered
ISO 50, 70mm, f/16, 6s
Playing with motion
ISO 50, 70mm, f/16, 8s

ISO 100, 70mm, f/16, 0.8s
Rookpools and baths (paroramic)
ISO 100, 92mm (cropped), f/16, 1/2s
Reflections 1
ISO 100, 17mm, f/8, 1/15s
Reflections 2
ISO 100, 22mm, f/8, 1/30s
Building Blocks
ISO50 , 40mm, f/5.6, 1/10s
ISO50 , 26mm, f/8, 1/50s
Water's Edge
ISO 50, 37mm, f/8, 1/320s
ISO 400, 40mm (cropped), f/5.6, 1/80s
Surf Spray
ISO 400, 200mm, f/5.6, 1/320s
Risk Taker
ISO 400, 200mm, f/16, 1/200s


  1. Reflections worked very well for you.

    Also well caught with the Risk Taker - wish we caught him being washed out.

    My favourite would be Waters Edge - i just love the light coming through the clouds + reflection + water splashing - to me thats the complete package of what we saw on the day.

  2. My fav is the building blocks, Brad, for the composition/reflection and also for conveying the sense of what once was.

    The colours in the waters edge shot is beautiful!

  3. Thanks guys... I appreciate the opportunity to tag along... was a lot of fun!

  4. really like the Building Blocks
    nice composition here Brad
    I'd crop it 16:9

  5. What a capture with the "risk taker" !! Perfect composition leading into a landscape shot which conforms to the rule of thirds, and you got a wave smashing the rocks at the same time!! Brilliant.

    All angles covered - also brilliant use of motion blur and ghosting of these restless photographers, the monochrome effect works so well here.

    Your "playing with motion blur" turned out pretty neat too!

    Its cool how different people spot different things though all taking photos in the same area on an ordinary lighting morning. Looking forward to the next event.