Australian seascape and landscape photography

Hunting the white water – Pinnacles, Phillip Island

Following are some images from The Pinnacles rock formation at Cape Woolamai on Phillip Island. We were hoping for some nice big waves but unfortunately the conditions conspired against us that day.
The images were created using HDR techniques to capture the full dynamic range of this very contrasty environment, i.e. 3 bracketed exposures at 0,-2 and +2 EV. I had an ND400 neutral density filter on the front of the lens to allow longer exposure times and give some sense of movement to the water and clouds.

Below – “Chasing Dinosaurs”
Chasing Dinosaurs - Jim Worrall - Pinnacles - Phillip Island

Below – “Waiting for the Swirl of White”
Waiting for the Swirl of White - Jim Worrall - Pinnacles - Phillip Island

Below – “Sea Level”
Sea Level - Jim Worrall - Pinnacles - Phillip Island

Below – “Lost in the Moment”
Lost in the Moment - Jim Worrall - Pinnacles - Phillip Island

Below – “The Risky Swim”
The Risky Swim - Jim Worrall - Pinnacles - Phillip Island

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One response

  1. Chloe

    amazing!
    the pinnacles, hit my “to see 2011” list!

    January 18, 2011 at 3:34 pm

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