For the second year, here is the Casey Station resupply timelapse, in Antarctica.
I have a few black and white photos taken at Casey Station, Antarctica last summer. All taken down near the wharf. All with my Leica M6, Voigtlander 35mm lens and Kodak Tri-X film. Straight off the scanner.
When you’re near the water taking photos or doing anything really, the penguins come from all over to visit you, see what your up too, hang for a while, then leave. This one came from the ocean and left, seen here on his way back for a swim. Some sea ice accumulated near the rocks. The ice/snow on the foreshore is undercut by the water movement. A small iceburg floating around the bay.
Here is my second video edit from my time at Casey Station in Antarctica.
The first one can be found here, or here :https://vimeo.com/rgatfield
This is the second to last part of a series of images from Northwest Australia.
Here are more photos of Northwest Australia in part four.
Part 3 of this photo dump from Northwestern Australia.
Right. I have 63 photos to show you that haven’t made it onto this webpage yet. They are either forgotten images, they didn’t make the cut at the time or they have been put up elsewhere and never made it here. I will be dumping 10 or so images at a time untill i have the full 63 uploaded. This will give you a good flow of pictures for the week or whatever. I’ll try to give a title or description on each photo so you have an idea about it, or some backstory to ‘paint’ a better picture in your head. They are all from my time in North Western Australia over the Last two years. Mostly the Pilbara and a couple from Exmouth. Enjoy…
This short clip is made up of every photo i took on Jason and Lizzy’s wedding weekend and the 2 days before. About 40gb in 4 minutes, around 1300 images. On location in Whananaki, Northland, New Zealand.
This is my way of saying thanks for a great time up there. Beautiful place, Beautiful people. Cheers guys!
Music: Ween – I fell in love today
Camera: Canon 5DMKIII with 50mm ƒ/1.4, 14mm ƒ/2.8 and 70-200 ƒ/2.8 taken in RAW and converted to JPG, unedited except the first and last images in video.
Oh, and definitely watch this in full screen and with the speakers turned up!