f stop 5.6
Focal Length 100mm
Canon 70D with Canon 18-135mm lens
f/5.6, 1/125sec, ISO-100 (Aperture mode)
A very rushed opportunistic shot taken at our recent workshop using the last gasp of the sunset’s light. Had Pete held his pose a little longer I’m sure I could have caught a little sun-flare bouncing off the crystal … that would have been awesome!
“Flowing in the Breeze”
I set camera on Apperture priority so that I could capture the way she held the lightest fabric of her skirt billowing in the breeze and create mystery and mood with the shallow depth of field.
F 2.0 1/3200 and -1 Exposure Compensation.
Canon 70D, f/7.1, 3.2sec, ISO-100, 42mm
“Need A Drink”
Taken on a Nikon
I like this photo with all the shapes and lines that are in it.
Dry Work Patterns
Sigma 150-600 @389
This was taken at the Coonamble Challenge and Campdraft last weekend. It was extremely dry with so much dust in the air that it was difficult to get a sharp image. A series of maneuvers such as circles, spins and stops must be completed to test both horse and rider. It is finished with the rider cracking a whip as they exit the arena.
The Red Hat
1/1000th sec; f1.8; 50mm; ISO200
Title: Among the Oranges
1/125th sec; f6.7; 55m; 6400ISO
The Blue Cottage
The little boat that could.
This little tug boat talks to me, he is coming back from a hard morning taking a bit cruise liner out to sea.
f/22 (I was trying to get ocean flair… I dont think it exists)
Canon EOS 5D Mark III and the lens used was a Tamron 24-70mm. The settings were f/2.8, exposure 1/1000 sec, ISO 1600, and focal length 50mm.