Redcliffe Jetty #4 – Fog

Photo outing with Al, Mick, Anthony, David and Steve. As fog started to set in over the water and we started to wrap things up, this is the last photo I took for the evening. The lights from The Port of Brisbane were dulled by the fog, whereas features closer in were clear.

Redcliffe Jetty #3 – Ghost Selfie

Photo outing with Al, Mick, Anthony, David and Steve. During this long exposure, I walked toward the camera with a flashlight and umbrella (it was raining). I moved in a step, pause, step, pause fashion to ensure I my face made it into the shot. Exposure was controlled via intervalometer, with a 30 second delay (for me to get far enough away) then a 30 second exposure. I also used the 2-second delay on-camera, which flashes a light out the front just as it's about to take the shot - this way I knew (in the dark, noisy jetty) when to start making my movements.

Redcliffe Jetty #2 – Water and Sky

Photo outing with Al, Mick, Anthony, David and Steve. It was rainy but there were some clear moments. Lights from The Port of Brisbane to the right. Exposure was controlled by intervalometer: 3 second delay, then 90 second exposure. Guessed/calculated the exposure based on the test shot (at ISO 25k)

Redcliffe Jetty #1 – Fisherman

Photo outing with Al, Mick, Anthony, David and Steve. This guy was fishing at the jetty (at least I think so). He wanted me to snap a photo with his phone, so I grabbed this shot while he was getting his phone ready.

Project365 [219/365]: Redcliffe Shipwreck

I went for breakfast with family (happy birthday Cora for yesterday, and Ramon for today!). I knew there were plenty of photos to be had in the area, but when dad suggested we go for a bike ride, we ended up riding 35km and passed the wreck of the HMQS Gayundah. It's Lui's birthday as well (happy birthday Lui!), and she spent the day with her mum (and without me in her hair).