From our apartment, I shot this out the window. Using the camera's multi-shot mode, this was 15x10 second shots, stacked with Starstax.
Wheelchair symbol on the train gets the treatment.
These guys take their sandcastle building very seriously. Surfers Paradise's beaches need constant maintenance.
The bee exhibit at the show. I shot this against mesh - close enough and wide enough, the mesh is invisible.
This is the former site of some industrial buildings at Bundamba. Bunnings has bought the entire block. Wandering home from the train station after a night out, I put my camera through the fence to snap these nine images. They are stitched together using Microsoft ICE (Image Composite Editor).
This was a kitten just placed in the cages, caught at an inopportune moment.
Lindsey seemed a very anxious dog, and was both intrigued by and scared of Evelyn.
We took Evelyn to visit the RSPCA and see the animals. Here, the dogs that jump up are the ones that are rewarded by visitors with pats.
Some bearded cleaning equipment with googly eyes.
Seen on my morning run, this is a slightly run-down apartment building in the city. I don't know if the bikes are a permanent fixture, but I approve.
While walking Evelyn to childcare, we spotted these small mushrooms growing in the grass. There were more further on as well.
This is a rusted car shell sitting outside a shed at Goodna, which I ride or run past on my way to work.
I chased three piglets around for half an hour to get this shot.
Ipswich show, crowds on a Saturday night. One of my first long exposures with this camera, and there's a lot to learn and think about for next time. There's two ways to get a shake-free long exposure with this camera: self-timer or use the wifi remote control and smartphone app. I've not had much success with the latter, but I suspect my home wifi was crowding it out. For this shot, I went with the former - the self-timer. The RX100 has a few modes. One I employed this night is the Self-Timer Continuous, which will wait10 seconds, then take 5 photos in a row with no further intervention. I've used this for group portraits as well, but tonight I was using it to stack photos together - or take 5 and pick the best. Only downside to this is there doesn't seem to be a way to stop it - I managed to lock the camera up and had to take the battery out. That happens.
+Al Warren has tagged me in the Five Day Quest virus/pyramid scheme. Take one photo of whatever is going on in your life and post it. Saturday morning, Lui and Evelyn making pancakes. Doesn't get better than this. +Anthony Lau, if you are still around, tag - you're it!
+Al Warren has tagged me in the Five Day Quest virus/pyramid scheme. Take one photo of whatever is going on in your life and post it. I work from home two days out of five, and these are opportunities for me to take Evelyn to childcare and pick her up. Since it's only a short distance, we usually walk, ride or scoot. +Steve Photoman Hayes - tag, you're it.
+Al Warren has tagged me in the Five Day Quest virus/pyramid scheme. Take one photo of whatever is going on in your life and post it. I like to run. I prefer to run in the mornings, as I have no set commitments between 4 and 8am, and I don't really need to be awake to run. I set this up by putting the camera on the ground, setting a 10-second timer and a 2.5 second exposure. About half-way into the exposure, I jumped into shot and held until the shutter closed. +David Hill, tag - you're it.
+Al Warren has tagged me in the Five Day Quest virus/pyramid scheme. Take one photo of whatever is going on in your life and post it. I like to eat food, and this is what was going on today. I tried a selfie at the markets, and brought the DSLR out of retirement to use its nice wide-angle lens. However I have re-discovered that it's a heavy bastard which makes selfies difficult. +Andrew Chalk, I tag YOU to join in.
+Al Warren has tagged me in the Five Day Quest virus/pyramid scheme. Take one photo of whatever is going on in your life and post it. This kinda ties in with my One Second Per Day video - yes, my video today is of me doing this shot. I set up the tripod and triggered three x 5 second exposures of myself using the remote shutter. +Mick Porter you are the only other photographer that I know on G+, so TAG, YOU'RE IT.
This ride did a lot of moving, so I thought to take some long exposures and stack them together. That didn't work out, but this is one of the 10-second exposures that was going to go into that composition. This is the darkest part of the ride, and people are being spun around on the arms.
I love these watches, and I've wanted one ever since primary school (when this was a new design). Thanks to the buying power of the internet, they are cheap! So now I've bought one... water resistant - sweet! So the first one drowned, and I bought another one. That one (pictured) drowned too. Alas, it is water resistant only for "everyday use". This means it can take a splash. It does NOT meant you can take it swimming at the beach. I have now invested in a slightly less awesome-looking Casio W-202, which is rated to 50m. (What I'd really love is one that looks like the F-91W but can take a swim.)
Ethan was exploring the kitchen, quiet as a mouse.
Surfers Paradise Festival fireworks over the water at the beach - awesome.
Surfers Paradise Festival parade. This guy was having a great time growling and screaming at everyone (and dogs).
Surfers Paradise Festival parade. This was part of a group of people in motorised bathtubs. They obviously inspired by Mario Kart, but different enough to avoid corporate bad things.
Surfers Paradise Festival parade. Not sure what these costumes are meant to be, but they were very swishy.
Surfers Paradise Festival parade. There were lots of these great lantern designs. Got down low to catch this one from below.
Surfers Paradise Festival parade. A man in an angel costume on stilts.
Surfers Paradise Festival parade. Police doing dual roles - escort and PR.
Shot on my riding odyssey. As I understand it, the service road (which the bike path runs along) used to be the highway. This sign would have been visible to people commuting between Brisbane and Gold Coast. My memory of back then was that there wasn't anything of note between Beenleigh and Helensvale - just bushland. Now it's developed and built-up the whole way.