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Tasmanian Waterfalls and Landscapes

Discussion in 'The Gallery' started by eukaryote:), Jun 26, 2015.

  1. eukaryote:)

    eukaryote:) Member

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    More landscapes and waterfalls. Great time to visit tassie. Nothing better than hiking in rain, then going back to good accommodation and lighting that log fire to dry yourself.

    More to be added when I get around to editing

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    Tesselated Sunrise - Tasmania
    by Robert, on Flickr

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    Overlooking Hobart - Tasmania
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    Secret Falls - Tasmania
    by Robert, on Flickr

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    Russell Falls - Tasmania
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    Russell Falls - Tasmania
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    Lady Barron Falls - Tasmania
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    Liffey Falls - Tasmania
    by Robert, on Flickr

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    Horseshoe Falls - Tasmania
    by Robert, on Flickr

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    Myrtle Gully Falls- Tasmania
    by Robert, on Flickr

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    Snug Falls - Tasmania
    by Robert, on Flickr

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    Nelson Falls - Tasmania
    by Robert, on Flickr

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    Hogarth Falls - Tasmania
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    Behind The Fall - Bridal Veil Falls Tasmania
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    Champagne Falls - Tasmania
    by Robert, on Flickr

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    In The Forest - Lady Barron Circuit Walk
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  2. humanrace

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    amazing work, number 3 is awesome

    can you tell about the 'glow'? is it from spray or are you doing that in post?
     
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    eukaryote:)

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    The glow is from the spray. I don't like adding glow in PS because if you look at it close enough you can tell it's fake. PS can't simulate light scatter like it occurs in reality without you putting some effort in.
     
  4. mad_mic3

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    All look sweet as,but no 2 is a bit lacking:thumbup:
     
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    No 3 - Secret Falls

    Love, love, love this shot. Not a spec of breeze. Perfectly still.
     
  6. Eclipsor

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    Great stuff. I think 8 is probably my favourite.
     
  7. myf360f1

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    Postcards in the making brilliant shots:thumbup:
     
  8. WoobiE

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    This thread is epically relevant to me... I am heading to Tassie in 2 weeks for a very quick trip and I've been scouring the net to perfect my drive around the island...

    I'll be driving from Hobart, straight down Lyell Highway to Cradle Mountain, stopping at Nelson and hopefully Liffey Falls, onto Launceston, the straight back to Hobart and home... any recommendations for must stop locations along this route? I don't mind detouring a bit if it's worth it but we are on a very tight schedule (Only in the country for 60 hours) so I don't do too much unfortunately.. I really should have added an extra day to me trip!

    Your shots look amazing man, especially Secret Falls and Horseshoe falls, I hadn't heard of either of them!
     
  9. TwinII

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    Great waterfall shots. Number 3 is my favourite.
     
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    I took a very similar route. Along the way (for quick walks) you'll be able to go to Myrtle Gully Falls, 'secret falls' - along the Myrtle Gully Fall track, Russell Falls, Horseshoe Falls, Nelson Falls, Liffey Falls, not to mention multiple lookouts along the mountainside. Just be careful about driving on this road at night and near dawn. Lots of black ice catch drivers out.
     
  11. adr_an

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    These are awesome shots! You make me want to go down there again and do more sight seeing. Tasmania is beautiful place and your shots really reflect that.
     
  12. WoobiE

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    Cheers mate, especially the heads up about the black ice.. we will be driving around these times so I'll be sure to drive pretty slowly/carefully!
     
  13. Hamal

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    Hi mate, love the shots. Technical question for ya, I'm assuming you're using a polariser?
     
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    Sure am. I dislike reflections.
     
  15. GreasyBear

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    Were these taken with the 15-30 and Wonderpana Filter kit? How are you finding the Filter Kit?
     
  16. hdkhang

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    1, 3 and 8 all jumped out at me, makes me want to visit Tasmania even more now :)

    Awesome work btw!
     
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    Yea taken with the 15-30 and Wonderpana kit. The kit is very good. The adapter I had already bought on the Nikon 14-24, and that one was excellent too. Just fits very nicely on the 15-30, and due to the circular filter attachments for most things, there is no light leak, or water leak to the front element for that matter.
     
  18. breno

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    Beautiful set and so glad to see Snug Falls in there, I love that spot! So worth the walk lol :thumbup:
     

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