24 August 2010

Visual Journey: Cataract Gorge

The Cataract Gorge is only 10 minutes away from Launceston and I have visited the place many times. It was one of the places where I practice photography a lot. It was quite a challenge because, the scene has a lot of contrast, so preferably the scene should be taken late in the evening or in the early mornings. I never liked much of the photos I have taken of that place, but recently, I get much better results, the light was right as it was a bit cloudy. I have also been shooting RAW now, so now I know the benefits of RAW.

Before this trip, I photographed the gorge with my rangefinder with HP5 film. Check back soon.


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