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📸 Lucas Priede 📸 (@lucaspriede) Instagram Profile Photo

📸 Lucas Priede 📸

Nelson Falls

Nelson Falls, Tasmania Happy waterfall Wednesday! I do enjoy going back to old favourites and using new editing knowledge to bring out the best in my images. Photography is a journey of discovery, both out in nature, but also in your own learning. I’m constantly looking to improve my skills and techniques. The day I stop is the day I give it away! 📷 :————————————— Shot with: @Lumix_au GX8 & @Olympus_au 7-14mm f2.8 Pro ISO 100 / f7.1 / 0.6 sec @NiSifilteraustralia 150mm System, Polarizer + 3 stop GND :————————————— 📷 _shots

Port Fairy, Victoria

We had incredibly clear sky’s last night and I knew it was going to be a great opportunity with the Milky Way in the right position at the Port Fairy lighthouse. I decided to give back to my social media followers by offering to help anyone that wanted to come out and shoot the night sky. There were five people that turned up for the fun most of them hadn’t had much success shooting the stars before and I’m pretty sure everyone left with at least one great shot from the night 🙌 Thanks for the people that came out I had a fantastic time 😁 This is one of two images I managed to take while we were out there Taken with my Nikon D750 & Nikon 20mm f1.8 Settings were ISO 2500 F1.8 20sec . . . . . #longexposure_shots

Ela / Australia (@sea.of.lights) Instagram Profile Photo

Ela / Australia

The Wave / I enjoy capturing interesting wave motions and patterns that can add more interest to a coastal image. Sometimes it takes quite a few shots until I'm happy with the result . Canon 6D Mk ll / 2secs / NiSi 6stop & NiSi polarizer . _shots

Bray Falls (@astrofalls) Instagram Profile Photo

Bray Falls

Stare at the sky for long enough and it starts looking back. Here’s a 30ish hour integration of the helix nebula in Aquarius, the most boring zodiac constellation. This is what happens to stars when the give out and shed their outer layers, this is the eventual fate of our star. Just a life update the internship is going well, and I’m going to be headed to idaho next new moon to do some imaging. I’m jealous of all you people who have the chance to go to Chile for the eclipse. I wish you all clear skies down there :)

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