Perth Sunrise – New Release Landscape Prints

Last week I got up early for sunrise and headed to Sir James Mitchell Park (the South Perth foreshore) in the cold darkness of Perth’s winter. I had planned to meet there with my friend and fellow photographer Clint Baker. It was raining, ever so lightly, but just not enough to be a hindrance to our cameras and filters.

The sky slowly lightened and it became obvious that this was going to be a stunning sunrise. Overhead the clouds were quite thick, however where the sun was going to hit the horizon there was a slit of clear sky.

We set up our camera gear and after 20 odd minutes of chatting and banter the sky was turning all shades of red and orange.

Unfortunately some of my frames were unusable due to water drops on my graduated ND filter. Nevertheless I managed to capture two panoramic photos that I am very pleased with.

Below are my photos of this incredible Perth sunrise. I would love to hear what you think!

Perth Sunrise Photography

Perth Sunrise, July 2016

Perth Sunrise Panoramic Photography

Sugarloaf Rock

After a bit of a hiatus from blogging and photographing, I have just returned from an epic, although short, trip to the South-West of Western Australia with something to share.

Sugarloaf Rock is one of my favourite spots to photograph around Dunsborough, and a few days ago I had the opportunity to photograph it at sunrise. It was windy as anything, but I was determined to get the shot. After scrambling around in the dark to find a composition, I found this angle and set up my gear. I fired off just a few frames and packed up my gear. This was one of those times when I was confident I had something special.

I also shot some photos of the surrounding areas – Meelup Beach, Wyadup Beach, Cape Naturaliste, Canal Rocks. These photographs will be uploaded to the galleries shortly.

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