Australian seascape and landscape photography

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Dromana Pier – Mornington Peninsula

Some long exposure shots from the pier at Dromana beach on the Mornington Peninsula.

Pictured below – The view from the shore end of the pier, looking out to sea as clouds roll in obscuring the afternoon sun.

Tech stuff – 15 seconds, f/20, ISO 50, ND400 filter.

This image is available to purchase as a print here.

Jim Worrall, Dromana, Mornington Peninsula, pier, jetty, long exposure, port phillip bay

Pictured below  – A long exposure shot from under the pier.

Tech stuff – 13 seconds, f/13, ISO50, ND400 filter.

This image is available to purchase as a print here.

Jim Worrall, Dromana, Mornington Peninsula, Port Phillip Bay, pier, jetty, long exposure

Pictured below – A long exposure side shot of the Dromana pier.

Tech stuff – 8 seconds, f/13, ISO 50, ND400 filter.

This image is available to purchase as a print here.

Jim Worrall, Dromana, Mornington Peninsula, Port Phillip Bay, jetty, pier, long exposure


Shelley Beach – Portsea

Some long exposure jetty images from a recent visit to Shelley Beach, Portsea, on the Mornington Peninsula.

Tech stuff – 6 sec, f/10, ISO100, ND400 filter.

The image below is available to purchase as a print in various sizes and forms here.

Jim Worrall, Mornington Peninsula, seascape, jetty, long exposure

Tech stuff – 20 sec, f/18, ISO 100, ND400 filter.

The image below is available to purchase as a print in various sizes and forms here.

Jim Worrall, Mornington Peninsula, jetty, seascape, long exposure

Tech stuff – 15 sec, f/20, ISO100, 10 stop solid + 4 stop grad filters.

The image below is available to purchase as a print in various sizes and forms here.

Jim Worrall, Mornington Peninsula, seascape, long exposure, jetty, beach


A Mustang Sunset

A “wild” Mustang caught during sunset at a local car show in Baxter, Victoria.

jim worrall, ford mustang, stang, car, sunset

The image above is available to purchase as a print in many forms and sizes here at Redbubble.

jim worrall, mustang, ford, sunset, car, stang


Bore beach – San Remo

A wave explodes against rocks at Bore beach, San Remo.   To access Bore beach park at the end of Potters Hill Rd and follow the stairs down onto the beach.  This image is available to purchase as a print here.

Tech stuff – 0.8 secs f/8 ND400 filter.

bore beach, san remo, jim worrall, seascape, black and white, bass coast, australia


Cat Bay Jetty Remnants – Phillip Island

Pictured below, a couple of long exposure images of the jetty remnants at Cat Bay on Phillip Island.

Cat Bay is located close to the western tip of Phillip Island, near the Nobbies Tourist Centre.  The beach is home for several species of birds including penguins.  Penguin burrows can be found scattered all over the sandy dune areas just back a bit from the high tide line.

* Note: …..no those aren’t penguins sitting on the old jetty in the photos. 🙂

jim worrall, phillip island, seascape, long exposure

Tech info for the above image – 3.2 secs f/10 with an ND400 filter.

This photo is available to purchase as a print at my Redbubble site here.

jim worrall, phillip island, long exposure, seascape, australia

Tech info for the above image – 13 sec f/16 with an ND400 filter.

This photo is available to purchase as a print at my Redbubble site here.


Pinnacles Phillip Island – An Expectation of Seeing Dinosaurs

A long exposure view looking down from the clifftop towards the Pinnacles.   13 secs f/20.  Available to purchase as a print in many forms and sizes at my Redbubble page.

black and white, long exposure, Jim Worrall, seascape, ND400

Prehistoric Sunshine.
A long exposure from down on the beach at the Pinnacles. 15 secs f/16.
Available to buy as a print here.
Phillip Island, long exposure, Jim Worrall, black and white

Phillip Island, Jim Worrall, ND400, long exposure, black and white

long exposure, black and white, Jim Worrall, seascape


The Digital Photographer and the print.

I suspect I’m just like many other digital photographers. Over a period of time I’ve created several hundred images that I would self indulgently call my “keepers”.
These beauties sit on my laptop with two backup copies of each file stored on two external USB drives, ….one of those drives stored off-site in case of disaster.

I also place many of my images online and make them available for people who might be interested in buying a print or two.

Now despite being surrounded and obsessed with photographic imagery I very seldom print for myself. After all, the images were all there on the computer if I wanted to have a look at them. When I did get some printing done for myself it was often in the form of a cheesy calendar or poster.
With this in mind one of my new year’s resolutions was to do more printing for “ME” and present the prints in the most flattering way, ….and that way being matted and framed.

Prints in Frames - Jim Worrall

So today I went to the trouble of buying some frames and had some large prints made. One at a time I attached each print to the matt then carefully placed them in their frame. After securing the back I would turn each frame over to view the finished result.

OH, I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. It was like the images really came to life within the frames. I was experiencing something emotional from viewing these images that I hadn’t felt before, ….and I was completely sober!. That does it, it’s frames all the way from now on!

Prints in Frames - Jim Worrall