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Having recently upgraded some of the camera gear used by Domin8 Designs, it provided a great opportunity to put it and some new skills learnt to good use down at the scenic waterfront.

Waterfront Photography

As the sun went down, I explored a number of different settings and techniques to try to produce some different shots. What produced some great results was the slowing down of the shutter speed - creating the mist like look of the water as it lapped over the rocks.

Waterfront Photography

I'm looking forward to using these different techniques in both photography and videography work, of which there is a fair bit on the agenda at the moment.

Rock framing up sensetClouds over Mount Wellington
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