June Open Competition

Under The Bridge

I thought the composition of this photo with the bridge structure and the shape of the opera house. I used a f/22 to capture the light flairs, a 25 second exposure to capture the light & colour and ISO of 320.



Waiting For The Shot

f/16, 15 Seconds, ISO-100, 24mm

Umagarlee Night Sky
ISO 4000 16mm  f3.5  20 sec
This was my first attempt at night sky photography. Lighting up the barn, which was the contrasting feature, proved to be an inexact science but i liked the spooky effect of this shot!

“Vivid bug”
Canon 70D with Canon 18-135mm lens
Manual mode: f/5.6, 1/100sec, ISO-1250 (f/length 76mm)
Love my critters, real or fake, so VIVID at Taronga Zoo was just gobsmacking for me & I was happy with the shots I got.
I had two standout faves that really spoke to me & that I couldn’t decide between, so I flipped a coin & this won.
Love that I persevered in Manual all night & was able to capture all the vivid colours against the black night surrounds


Opera House Monster
This photo was taken at Vivid. It is part of the amazing light display over the Opera House. This was my favourite out of a lot of photos. I love the colours, the reflections and the patterns.
F5.3, 1/15 Shutter Speed, ISO 2500
Junior Entry
“My Pop”, Manual F5.6, ISO 100, 1/160
“Superheroes read too”
Shutter 8 sec, Manual, F/10, ISO 200

“Lonely Bottle”

This photo was taken in our walk at Newtown with the BCC group that went to Vivid.

Nikon D5200  SO280 F5.6

Canon 7DMK11
Focal length 100mm, 1/125, f3.5, ISO 400
F/5. 1/160th second. ISO 640.
Farmers Friend:
Photo was taken on manual with a 100mm macro lens
settings were  aperture f/2.8     1/1250 sec    ISO   250
I was practising fashion style photography in the late afternoon light. It was quite late and the sun was strong and low in the sky, the light was beautiful. 50mm 1.4, ISO 200, f3.2, 1/1600
Rosy outlook
 1/1000 sec f5.6 ISO 600 at 300mm

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