Half burried tree stump on Waverley Beach, South Taranaki, New Zealand.
These tree stumps are from an ancient Totora forest, and have been dated to be 80,000 years old. They were burried by a volcanic lahar.
720nm infrared converted Fuji X-E1, monochrome conversion.
The Te Rewa Rewa Bridge is 70m long and spans The Waiwhakaiho River in New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand. It’s form is said to mimic a breaking wave, or a whales rib cage.
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George Hurrell inspired shoot. George Hurrell was an American photographer in the 1940’s & 50’s who shot what became to be known as “Hollywood Glamour”. He shot all the famous movie stars of the time in contrasty monochrome. This was my attempt to emulate him.
Godox AD600 Gridded slightly camera left, very high with a steep downangle
Piha Beach – New Zealand, shot in 720nm Infrared and cobverted to monochrome.
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Shot outside on a nice still day, using a pop up black background to remove any distractions from the background.
Fuji X-E2 18-55mm lens @ 50mm f/4
Curved shoreline of Lake Wanaka, South Island, New Zealand.
Infrared monochrome, shot on a 720nm converted Fuji X-E1
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