Heres another from our shoot last evening. This would be my favorite from the evening so far. Taken some time after the previous post as the light turned golden.
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man that one is great love the golen light and lines through the sand nice touch with the sand blowning off the top
Oh yes that one is amazing, I really love it. Classic composition and ya can’t go wrong with sand dunes at sunset. Brilliant. You’d think you were in the Sahara 😀
yarr ill drink to that meharties!!!
not sure why im speaking like a pirate… too much spongebob. awesome shot.
That’s a stunner, Neal.
Magic shot! The recent strong south westerly’s have really shaped the dunes.
Brilliant image Neal ! love it ! Do you stitch these ( of so how many shots and which way ? ) or do you crop them for these verticals ?
Thanks Kirk, Flem, Stak, Beau and Luke
Thanks Tony – All Stitched. this was a 3 image stitch the previous post as a 4 image stitch all in portrait mode. The 4 image previous post stitch would like to have gone wider and shot 6 or 7, but with the amount of fine sand blowing around it was all I could handle with my sunglasses off trying to set the focus etc up before I lost sight of pretty much everything due o the amount of sand in my eyes. The vertical image I was lying on the ground getting buried trying to capture the first frame
love this Neal… just love it!
last image was great… but this is just even so much better.
very nice! 🙂
We need to catch up for a shoot some time!
Thanks Stephen – I like this one a little more as well.
Thanks Dylan – I will be going out for a shoot Wednesday morning, to cot beach, meeting a photographer from Sydney.
A blaster Neal great shot. You have all put your own spin on these and they are all great shots well done.
brilliant – the wind blowing off the dune does it for me!
Beautiful contrast of colours (opposites on the colour wheel I think?). Great shot, well seen.
the challenge is now on for Flemming to get something better than this from Namibia. Well shot Neal.
This is a great shot neal. The blowing sand adds great mood.
It might be my monitor at work, but does this have a slight colour cast?
The lighting is one-in-a-million! Wow!
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