The colours were very complimentary of this beautiful spot. It never ceases to amaze me how everytime I go here that it is like finding a new location…it changes so much!
Well that was a very well supported competition with a number of very different and well composed images for people to vote on.
For a while there I thought that number 3 was a shoe in as Ailsa seemed to be getting a run of votes, but number 7 had a late run and won quite convincingly in the end. Number 7 ended up with 40 votes to number 3 at 35 votes, then 1 & 2 an equal 3rd.
So, if the owner of the Lighthouse Photo can contact Ben at Team Digital (0419 933 312), he will let you know where to collect your prize!
Well done to all entrants and stay tuned to this blog as next week I will be announcing the format for next years Australia Day True North Adventure!!!
True North Mark
I was recently down South with Flemming Bo Jensen and we went to Sugar Loaf Rock for sunset.
Sugarloaf has been one of those places where I have been now on a number of occasions but have not been able to get anything worthy. Well I think I have cracked it this time round.
This is an 18 shot stitch with a 50mm, 6 , 6 and 6. The original file at maximum res was 2.6 gig and photo shop wouldn’t play, so I had to reduce it back to 15,000 pixels x about 12,000.
Hope you like it!
OK everyone…here are the 7 finalists for the Team Digital, True North Rottnest Photo Competition for you all to vote on. One vote per person and we will tally the votes up next Wednesday morning and announce the winner that evening on mine and Christian’s blog.
The entries were all very different and so was our scoring on this round of the judging!!
The final 7 represent the only images that managed more than one vote between the 3 judges!
Now just a word from the sponsors Team Digital and Manfrotto are proud to be putting up 055XProB Tripod, with 322 Head and Case valued at $ 590.00 inc gst as the first prize.
Looking fwd to reading the comments!!
We went out on Saturday night to do some night shooting but unfortunately failed the mission for various reasons, so managed to salvage a couple of shots just before we went home with some interesting wafty clouds around.
This is the Bathurst Lighthouse and it is situated on the North Eastern side of Rottnest. I like the way the clouds were tending to surround the lighthouse to make a feature of it.