The Sunshine Coast which is where I first started to get passionate about beach photography. It is about 1.5 hours drive north of Brisbane, and all my family live there so I visit quite often. My absolute favourite thing to do is to be at the beach very early in
This is the second set of photos of a beautiful morning’s sunrise at Mudjimba Beach on the Sunshine Coast. You can check out the first set of photos here. On this particular morning the sky was an array of amazing warm colours, and the clouds spectacularly reflected the changing hues.
I am slowly slowly going through a set of sunrise photos I took at Mudjimba Beach back in February. This was the last beach weekend I had before travel restrictions came in (happily I finally got back to the beach last weekend!). I was so lucky to have two amazing
More images from my early morning wanderings at Peregian Beach – you can see Part 1 here 🙂
I was lucky to spend just over a week in an old beach house at Peregian Beach earlier this year (my international in-laws were visiting and I wanted to show them how beautiful the Sunshine Coast is!). I’ve only recently had a chance to look through the many many pics
There is nothing better than waking up really early in summer, and getting to the beach before sunrise – the air and sea are warm, the sky is either still and clear or full of amazing colour. These are some photos from Mudjimba Beach and Coolum taken last summer… enjoy
Some images from the last few months that I hope capture all that is magical about the Sunshine Coast!
When I’m at the beach early in the morning, I often have the same photography routine – get there before sunrise, set up the tripod and do some experimental long shutter speed shots, then get some nice landscape photos as the sun rises, then put the camera in the waterproof
There is magic in the air, ocean and sand at dawn and dusk! I love the subtle colours and other-worldly glow you can capture in the early or late hours of the day.
One thing I have always struggled with is taking photos of people who I don’t know. I have this idea that, somehow, getting a photo of someone without them realising is an invasion of privacy – having their image committed to a kind of permanency that they may not appreciate.