‘A Splash of Green 4’
🗺: Seascape Photography – Sunrise at The Razorback lookout nearby Loch Ard Gorge at the Great Ocean Road national park in Victoria, Australia.
📸: Focal length 16mm / ƒ/16 / 30s / ISO 100
◾️: Haida GND soft grad (3 stops) & ND (3 stops).
The Razorback is a unique seascape rock formation sitting out down near the twelve apostles along the Great Ocean Road in Victoria. I was lucky enough to get this dramatic sky for my shoot. I love the blue-greenish tones in the water and the way the white wash swirls around the Razorback.
This single exposure is taken after sunrise on a very hazy summers morning. It must have been early morning, around 5:30 am by first light when we got up this morning.
We all had an amazing weekend driving along the Great Ocean Road. The coastline is absolutely stunning!
Taken on a Canon EOS 6D with 16-35mm f/2.8 lens during our 3-day Great Ocean Road photo tour. Our Photo guide and tutor Karolin Schild using the Haida M10 Filter Holder System to
photograph this scene using the Haida NanoPro 100×100, 0.9 Neutral Density filter to eliminate distractions to give more impact to the picture and the Haida 0.9 Soft-Edge Graduated ND filter to balance the light.
Single exposure at sunrise using graduated neutral density and neutral density filters.
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