So how about some unseen Iceland shots to announce my new workshops next year?
A wave, rushing back into the ocean, formed countless stripes and a focusing formation on the black beach of Jökulsárlón. The image was shot during my first (of 2) 'Land of Ice' 2013 workshop- the glacier beach is one of its main features.
If you'd like to experience and shoot these amazing locations under my dedicated guidance, please check out my upcoming 'Land of Ice' (south Iceland) and 'Winter Paradise' (northern Iceland) photography workshops next January. You can view the workshops teaser trailer here!
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Canon 5D3 Canon 16-35 f/2.8 II Lee filters Jökulsárlón, Iceland
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Shy is a dear, dear friend. However, he has a very annoying habit of entering my shots at the exact time it's most intruding. Luckily, on this one he made the perfect addition to this amazing ice cave
If you'd like to experience and shoot this magical wonder of nature, along with tons of other incredible icy sceneries, you're welcome to join my upcoming 'Land of Ice' Iceland winter workshop taking place January 2013. Please click the link for more details, and contact me with any questions about the workshop.
Last time I'll see this place this year. Hope to be back in June
Location: Wedgemount Lake, Garibaldi Provincial Park, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada. Equipment: Nikon D90 + Tokina 11-16mm + Tiffen Polarizer. Technique: Photomatix Pro 4.1 and Photoshop CS5 from 3 RAWs shot in 1.5 EV intervals. Follow me on Facebook:West Coast Scapes
As often happens with nature photography great light is coupled with foul weather. This scene was a calm and relaxing prelude to the oncoming storm that blew up and over this exposed ridge. To hear more about that read the story with this photo: [link]
Twin Peaks Wilderness, Utah.
Canon 5D. 17-40 L. CPL. 3SS and 2HS GND filter's stacked.
I am doing an art trade with :demonskittle: For my part she asked that I do one of my moon dragons for her. Haha I only wish I could have been more help with her and gave her some idea for what to draw herself (but I like her style so it can't be anything short of amazing).
I also apologize to her for being so late with this, but I have not had internet access for a while.
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Location: Agassiz, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada. Equipment: Nikon D90 + Nikkor 10-24mm + Tiffen Polarizer. Processing: Photomatix Pro 4.2 and Photoshop CS5 from a panorama of 5 x 3 RAW exposures. Follow me on Facebook:WestCoastScapes
A recent trip to Northumberland allowed me one day of photography and this is the place I have always wanted to re-visit. This is where photography becomes frustrating... there was absolutely no clouds howeverthe soft sunrise light was still nice. Decide to combine 2 shoots. Sky was taken 1.5h before sunrise and bottom half 10 min before sunrise, this give me chance to get soft light on rocks.
_______Tech Info Pentax K5 Sigma EX 10-20mm f/4,0-5,6 DC HSM Slik 780 DX Pro | SH-807E Aperture: f/10 Shutter Speed: 45s ISO-Value: 100 Focal Length: 10mm Filters: Haida ND1000 Slim Time: 8:25am
_____Random Info This shot was taken at one of Portugals most famous beaches: Praia da Adraga near Sintra. These characteristic stone formations were certainly a challenge to compose but luckily I had the right winds and clouds for creating a dynamic sky and enough surge for the misty-touched midground which contrasts the dark tonalities of the sand very well. I do prefer such ominous pictures over the classic sundown anytime, so I am very content with the outcome.
And major thanks to JanPusdrowski for lending me his lens hood for the trip. Without it most of my seascapes would've suffered under the weather circumstances even more, with rain drops coming from all sides most of the time.
Another Shot of the Matilda Bay Boat House . This one was taken early , I think prefer this one over the previous due to the jetty not been wet .
best viewed in full Can be view larger at my blog : www.kirkhillephotography.com
Will have some wallpapers of this shot in various sizes up on my blog later . kirkhille.wordpress.com/wallpapers/
My webiste is nearing completion as well so I have start a fan page which I will post specials deals and information on my photography [link]
I have had a few requests for larger size image for the use as wallpapers computer . So over the next few weeks will resize and uplpad selected images to my blog: kirkhille.wordpress.com/ at the wallpaper page on (Link on the top right) which people will be able to use .
Various images of mine are for sale on various finishes and sizes from Gloss and lustre, Metallic and Fuji Flex prints. Laminating and Mounting are available and framing service are available for local customers. Any enquires please contact me by email at kirkhille (@) westnet . com . au . For more information on my photographs you can visit my blog at kirkhille.wordpress.com/.
Heres a crazy image I just finished.. Did not sleep as I wanted to go for a sunrise but its raining heavily.
Well, what can i say other than this image took about 4 and a half hours to complete. It comprises of 5 tiles of fully manual blended images of which there was a complex set of light trails for each tile that required great scrutiny. Stitching was no problems but in the end, the result is pure insanity.
Hope you like this image and have a Great Sunday!
Camera Info: Canon 5d Mk 2 | Canon 16-35 f2.8L Mk2 | ISO 100 | f 9.0 | focal length 16mm (5 tile, 5-10 image per tile digital blended panorama)