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Early morning in Noosa NP, we arrived just at the right time, tides were perfect for seascape photography.
I've been bringing my film gear on recent trips, so stay tuned for some scans.
Noosa is an amazing location to shoot, so much on offer.
- Canon 50D.
- ISO 100, f16, 1.6 seconds, 10mm.
- Sigma 10-20mm lens.
- Cokin P121 (medium) grad on sky.
- Auto WB in Lightroom 2.6.
- Brightness and selective dodging and burning in Lightroom 2.6
About The Noosa National Park
Noosa is 160km north of Brisbane via the Bruce Highway and the Sunshine Motorway.
Some of south-east Queensland's most picturesque coastline can be seen in Noosa National Park. The park includes the popular scenic headland at Noosa Heads, parts of Lake Weyba (a large, shallow, saltwater lake in the Noosa River system), Emu Mountain and coastal lowlands extending south towards Coolum.
The park is home to the koala, and rare and threatened wildlife such as the glossy black cockatoo, ground parrot, red goshawk, wallum froglet, swamp orchid and Christmas bell.
Open woodlands with a heath understorey and low wallum heath cover most of the park. Hoop and kauri pines tower above small rain-forest pockets growing on sand in sheltered sites away from the sea breezes.