After seven hours shooting, I only used the 100-400m lens. Nothing else.
Sometimes restricting yourself to one lens is a good idea because it forces you to think a bit harder about composition and framing rather than just swapping lenses to get the shot...
|Five frame HDR processed using Aurora Pro HDR software. |
It's a very tricky exposure shooting into the sun on a heavily smoggy Sunday. Quite by accident the process produced a black and white surround and a mostly colourful central subject.
|Comms arials on top of the Onslow, Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour|
|Smoke-filled space between the HMAS Vampire and HMAS Onslow|
|400mm shot, lined up along the lines of Wharf 10|
|Looking down-harbour from Darling Harbour to Goat Island ans Waverton in the far distance|
Marina in Darling Harbour
|Waratah steam tug returning after a day on the harbour|