THE HEART OF AUSTRALIA!! The other side of the rock from the sunrise viewing area is a lot different to the side of the rock that you fist see when driving towards Uluru. It's way more rugged on this side of the rock and it's a side I don't think I'd ever even seen in a photo before.... Have you? Not on any marketing material that's for sure. This shot is a composite I created in Photoshop and the sky was taken from the caravan park while staying in Port Augusta... I knew it would come in handy later on👌#canonaustralia
📸: Canon 80D @canonaustralia
👓: Sigma 17-50mm @sigmaphotoaustralia
◾️: Nisi CPL / Nisi Soft GND
💡: 5” | f/22 | ISO100 (forground/Uluru)
*Photoshop Composite 2 images ———————————————————————
My very first attempt at creating a milky-way image using steel wool. It was challenging not to over expose the steel wool and capture the milky-way simultaneously as steel wool requires low exposure settings and milky-way at higher exposures, but after a numerous trail and errors I could figure out the technique to bring out this image.
We drove out to Shark Fin Cove hoping that the skies would be "mostly clear" according to the weather forecast. As we got closer it looked like it wasn't happening. We turned back around and made the long journey over to Mount Hamilton. Maaaan it took a long time to get up there. We didn't get back until almost 6am...and I ended up sleeping until almost 2pm.