I may have mentioned that I've had a long running relationship with photography and its only recently that I've started to get serious. Serious as in the sense of making my hobby my job. You know what its like when you take something you love and make it your soul focus...you tend to over do it and get that tired feeling. This is something that I want to avoid and I am doing this by making it fun and involving my family and friends.
I got super excited when my friend Mandy got her DSLR. Straight away we arranged a photography play date for some long exposure night work. I'd been itching to do more steelwool photography so I packed my battons ready to burn and headed down the South Coast. Not long after we set up and fired off our first few shots, we were blessed with a bonus of watching the waning gibbous (was full moon 4th Feb) rise over the horizon. It popped up quite quickly and was amazing to watch. We set up different positions on sand and rocks to get different feels and lighting out of the steelwool spinning.
Not sure who had the most fun, us or the kids running around on the beach at night. Speaking of, we got the kids involved and they played with sparklers and had a letter each - LOVE. A great night for all.
Heres to more fun with family, friends and photography! (more pics from the night can be found >HERE<)
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