Abstract long exposure by Sam Penhaul

this is one the a took when i was out around Sydney harbour playing around with long exposures. this was done using a tripod with F5.6 and 4 second exposure. To get that affect zoom back whilst the photo is being taken, that should give an interesting affect.

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Sydney's might noodle market by Sam Penhaul

the night noodle maket in Sydney is an annual thing, it is one thing that has a fantastic atmosphere to it along with great food. the photography oppotunites are endless at an event like this. From the cultural aspect like this to the foo that is in abundance. its all about finding the right oppotunites to photograph what you love. 

the night noodle maket in Sydney is an annual thing, it is one thing that has a fantastic atmosphere to it along with great food. the photography oppotunites are endless at an event like this. From the cultural aspect like this to the foo that is in abundance. its all about finding the right oppotunites to photograph what you love. 

perspective by Sam Penhaul

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Some times to get the right shot it involves lying on the floor. When thinking about this shot I was interested in what a photo can say and how people view it. Are the people walking away from something old or towards something new? 

oil and water by Sam Penhaul

I discover an interesting video on the affects of oil on water when aspirin and food colouring is added. I decided to try it myself, these where the result. It pulled out some very intersting textures and colours with the bubbles that where created. i shot this at Iso 320 Aperture 4 and 1/10 F Stop

Solent Racing by Sam Penhaul

I usually find that when photographing sailing it take time to fins the shot that you want. When the boats line up just right. On the particular day I spent all day in the rib simply trying to be patient. This particular shot was taken at 160 ISO 1000/1 F Stop and 12 Aperture.  

Bradgate Park by Sam Penhaul

I've always been interested in how black and white photos can change the dynamic of a picture. With this I found that it added much more depth to the photo. On this particular day of shooting I was using a high F-stop of 20 with a shutter speed of 400. This allowed me to get the definition for black and white photo.

Cowes Isle of Wight by Sam Penhaul

This is one of those rare moment when you find just the right weather to do a long exposure. For a the days there where practically waves in the marina, but i just managed to get a shot in between the storms. This one was up at nearly 30 second to try and get the best reflections from the near flat calm water. 

This is one of those rare moment when you find just the right weather to do a long exposure. For a the days there where practically waves in the marina, but i just managed to get a shot in between the storms. This one was up at nearly 30 second to try and get the best reflections from the near flat calm water.