Australian seascape and landscape photography

A View from the Top – Pinnacles – Cape Woolamai

The long walk to The Pinnacles rock formation at Cape Woolamai is always very rewarding.  On this occasion we didn’t venture down the steep slope to the beach, but instead chose to admire and photograph it from above.

Thick cloud cover provided us with beautiful diffused light, ideal for long exposure photography.  This prehistoric looking rockscape never ceases to amaze me.  🙂

Phillip Island - Jim Worrall - long exposure - seascape

Tech details for the image above – 30 secs at f/11 iso50 using a 10 stop solid filter and a 4 stop soft grad filter.  This image is available to purchase as a print here.

Phillip Island - Jim Worrall - long exposure - seascape

Tech details for the image above – 30 sec at f/16 iso50 using a 10 stop solid filter and a 4 stop soft grad filter. This image is available to purchase as a print here.

The pano images below, courtesy of Sally, give a great sense of scale to the cliff tops.

Pinnacles pano

Pinnacles pano

 

 

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