Tag Archives: Lighthouse

New on 500px : St Mary’s in the morning by yahiyat by yahiyat

Long Exposure (more than 16 mins) at St Mary’s, Whitley Bay, England. It was painful to remove all the hotpixels — next time I should go for Noise Reduction on my D600 even if it takes 1/2 hour as long as result is satisfying.

Tripod, Lee 0.6 ND Grad, B+W Bigstopper

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New on 500px : Days end by tolle2 by tolle2

Sunset at Perch Rock

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New on 500px : Bunbury Sunset by JarradGrigg by JarradGrigg

Purchased a new lens last week and have been enjoying shooting with it so far. This was taken during a quick visit to Bunbury, where I grew up. The town sure has a few things going for it…

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New on 500px : Vardø pier by toreeideh by toreeideh

Long exposure photo from the small pier in Vardø,Finnmark,Norway. This image end up with a surreal look. I actually used 15 min exposure time on this image.

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New on 500px : For Robyn… by Bruffy by Bruffy

I took this image with someone in mind.. someone whos favourite colour is Pink, who loves the seaside… and I love this lighthouse, so it felt right taking it here..

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New on 500px : Talacre Sunset by AndyWilson by AndyWilson

Talacre – the setting sun throws out it’s last glow.

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New on 500px : Te Mangōroa by glenmurray by glenmurray

One morning in Wellington I had a chance to meet Mark Gee who is one of the world’s best Astrophotographers. Last year he won Astrophotographer of the Year and one of his award winning images was taken from Cape Palliser. He was kind enough to give me some tips on how to get to this incredible location and told me that if the sky stays clear it will be an experience I will never forget. I had the entire area to myself and for the first time ever I was able to see the Milky Way with almost no artificial light to interfere. (Minus the lighthouse of course) This is my version of his famous photograph.

This is a panoramic comprising 12 photographs shot portrait with a Carl Zeiss 15mm on a Canon 5D Mark III.

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