Sunday, 19 February 2012

Gloomy weather photography at Port Campbell National Park

Travel Photography - Advice and Tips

By Darren Stones

Gloomy weather provides landscape photographers the opportunity to get creative. With a wide-angle lens, you can create drama in your landscape scenes by including plenty of foreground interest and a threatening sky.

This image taken in the Port Campbell National Park in Victoria was made using those exact principles.

Travel Photography Tip: Shoot wide when it's gloomy. Use a wide-angle lens.

Port Campbell National Park, Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia IMG_2013_Port_Campbell_National_Park
Port Campbell National Park by Darren Stones

Photograph details:
Camera: Canon EOS 20D Body
Lens: Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM Lens @ 10mm
Filter: Lee Graduated Neutral Density .9ND G S
Exposure: f/14, 1/15sec, ISO-100, RAW
Other: Manfrotto 190PROB Tripod, Canon Remote Switch RS-80N3

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