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From the same location as my last shot, only an hour or so before. This shot was quite the focus stack, I think it was about 9 images from memory, and exposure blended, too. Gotta love shooting at 10mm 🤪 I think the closest I focused was about 15cm or so! @laowa.au #notspon
I know black and white images don’t do well on Instagram but I don’t even care - I like it! What do you guys think? Thanks to @robmulally for lighting the scene and @melissafindley for always being the best subject ✌️
Ps. Yes, that’s the moon in the sky, but it’s not moonlight on the foreground. Any guesses how it was done?
Alright! A post.. how does this go again? Happy New Year, everyone! I’m a bit late, but had some time off to mentally reset 😜 Social media certainly has a way of putting a strain on your brain, it’s good to disconnect every now and then ✌️ #imbackbaby
I hope you’ve enjoyed my images from @visitjapanau over the past week, just as much as I’ve enjoyed capturing them. As usual, I’ll be uploading a blog post later this week that will feature a lot more of my images from the trip! This image was taken in the grounds of Osaka Castle.. I actually had a view of this castle from my hotel room! #visitjapanau
It’s not everyday you get to witness the first snowfall of the season in Hokkaido, Japan. Luckily for us, it came the day we arrived! Lake Mashu is actually one of the clearest lakes in the world and one of Japan’s deepest. The colour of the lake is known as Mashu Blue and is apparently even more impressive during clear weather! @visitjapanau #visitjapanau