Description The rocky beach in Walkerville in Victoria, Australia. For this shot I wanted really long exposures in order to get the water milky white. I stacked ND8 and a polarising filter, used the smallest aperture and stabilised the camera on a tripod. This allowed me to expose for 60 seconds even though the early sun was quite bright.Canon EOS 450D Sigma 10-20mm +ND8 +CPLTv 60 secAv f/22ISO 100Converted form RAW
Arek Rainczuk, Melbourne Member Since May 2009 Artist Statement I’m a PhD candidate in Melbourne, working in microbial genetics. With all the hours spent in the sterile lab I find photography a perfect outlet for my creative side and a reason to take my lab coat off.
If you would like to use my image contact me for licensing options and available resolutions.
I am also available for modest commissions in Melbourne area. I use Canon EOS 7D (450D as a back-up) with Canon kit lenses (55-250m and 18-55mm), Canon 50mm f1.8, Sigma 10-20mm, Canon 100mm 2.8 IS USM L-series Macro, Canon 580EXII and 43oEXII flash units, a decent tripod and a fresh eye. I’m also mastering the secrets of Photoshop CS4
Check out my daily updated photography blog at arekphotography.blogspot.com and website www.arekphotography.com
You can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call in Australia 042 132 4359