Here’s one of my takes on the famous and very photographed Busselton Jetty.
This entry was posted on February 15, 2012 by Ben Messina. It was filed under Uncategorized, Western Australia and was tagged with 5d mk2, australia, ben messina, black and white, busselton, canon 24mm TSE 3.5L II, canvas prints, coastal, jetty, landscape photography, nature photography, shift, square, sunrise, tilt, western australia.
Hello! I happened to find your blog (as I’m often on the search for other nature photographers!) and I saw this image.
I must say that I’ve never heard of the Busselton Jetty – but being from Cleveland, Ohio maybe that is no surprise! 🙂 So I did a quick google search to see what it was and to see other images.
I like your approach to this one – The angle and the way it was shot (Tilt-Shift, correct?) is pretty cool. It looks pretty “iconic” in black and white as well!
Thank you for sharing!
February 20, 2012 at 2:22 pm
Hi Joe, Thanks for the comment. Yep this is shot with the 24TSE with upward tilt. Cheers for dropping by.
February 20, 2012 at 9:01 pm
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