Last Sunday I went on a shoot with a friend to Titahi bay. We predominately went to take landscapes but old habits die hard and I ended up taking more images of people than of landscapes. We probably looked a bit odd since I was shooting with Rollei and he was shooting with a Mamiya RZ67.
Its a great area to shoot and gets the last of the sun so the light is awesome in the late afternoon. We also found a couple of places I hadn’t been before. I think I need to go back and try and take more people shots of the people in the boat sheds…
Ruins of an old gold mining town in Central Otago, New Zealand
Reconstructed Stable in Old Cromwell Town, Cromwell, Central Otago, New Zealand
Nikon D70s ISO 200 f22 for 15 seconds with a Cokin 007 IR filter
The composition of this shot was based on Lawrence Aberhart’s style ( I wish I could have shot it on an 8×10 camera like Mr Aberhart)