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Mt Elizabeth station is one of the most interesting places in the country, magic job in capturing the awesome site of the Mitchell Falls. All good there except I am not sure which is worse, the sand flies or the King Browns (Mulga Snakes) who get inquisitive with camp fires, if bitten by a brown, not much point in hurrying anywhere, you are pretty much rooted from that point on. Knew a man who survived 2 bites in the Territory....3 months in hospital, beautiful places but not for novices.
Been on the top edge of these ( spent 6 months on Koolan Island) in a twin engine boat when one donk **** itself, the second just held its own from stopping the boat going down them backwards. Great shot conveying the energy of the the water trying to fit through gap that is way to narrow.
Jesus, I wonder if anyone with a camera in WA has not had a crack at this....check out Peter Eastway's version on his web site from some time ago while trialling a digital backed MF camera...a Pentax 645 D from memory. I see you have a D60 as well, or before, the D700.....underwear John....it appears the cameras get changed pretty often. I had a D7000 before the D3X....wish I still had it, for the price it gave kick arse results but the cropped sensor didn't turn me on. The D3X is a blinder but it certainly doesn't tolerate not knowing everything about it...most cameras you can wing it....instruction manual not required....the D3X near on requires you to memorise the manual to get the best from it, apart from the c.25MP at 5/sec (full frame), one battery charge is good for 4,400 shots at max everything.....but now days post skill is more important than the camera....being **** house on PS I go to a heap of effort getting the best off the camera. Perhaps we sell a couple of cars and get the 80MP 180 IQ Phase One....I think c.$55k before you screw on any glass.
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Added Date: 19/05/2006 - 2:52 AM
Sensational portfolio, truly stunning images and a pleasure to view.