Where have I been?
I’ve been posting a bit to my Micro Thoughts Micro.blog site, but have been a bit slack in processing photos. Therefore, nothing new has been posted here for a wee while.
I still have a backlog of New Zealand images to post, and we got back from the land of the long white cloud in April. Since then I’ve been shooting a bit with the Panasonic G9 in Australia, and we had a wonderful trip to Japan last month.
I plan to post weekly1, and to include some narrative on a exploration or photography related topic before the weekly image.
So there’s a bit to come here…
Talking of the Panasonic Lumix G9.
I love it. And my new Panasonic Leica 8-18mm and 12-60mm lenses.
I’ve also been playing around with a Cactus remote flash system in an effort to do some lighting effects.
Frankton’s Golden Arm
Frankton Arm on Queenstown’s Lake Wakatipu is an awesome place for sunset image creation.
The twin mountain ranges converging in the background here provided brilliant lighting, with the setting sun casting its rays down the valley, lighting up the distant range, while the nearer one was silhouetted beautifully.
The glow of the sun on the lake provided lovely colours.
The shooting location was at the end of a suburban street, and can be easily worked out with some simple planning in Photo Pill’s, TPE or a similar app.
- When work commitments allow. Sometimes I may not have the bandwidth (literally or figuratively) to post. ↩