"We shot the Mad Max Fury Road Valkyrie desert bikes in Namibia.
I thought we would spend the afternoon on this scene but we only did the one take. I treated the sand the same way as I do liquid, snow or rain. I try and keep the shutter between 100th of a sec and 320th so I can get a little drift through the frame. Shooting rain and snow on a high shutter turns it into little pin pricks and to me it’s distracting and lazy. Of course when shooting action sometimes you have to go for safety, but if you take some risks with a slower shutter you really add some movement and make an image that shouts out to you!" - @jasinboland
Enter your action image in our #nikonallaction assignment. See Link in bio for more information!
Camera: Nikon #D4
Lens: NIKKOR AF-S 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VR & Nikon AF-S Teleconverter TC-17E
Settings: 340mm| f/8 | 125th sec
First flight on a snow capped #kunanyi
Just after I took this I spoke to a man who rescued 3 people in his dinghy after the tasman bridge collapsed. He has lived there 50 years and never gets bored with the view
Thanks to @james.kerstan for hooking me up with a sick new #nisifiltersaustralia 4 stop medium nano IR grad!
I’m calling this one failure to launch...When you are aiming for a wildlife shot of a flock of seagulls flying toward the pier but the squad refuses to move and think you are there to take their photo on their turf please. (The one left of centre didn’t even bother standing🤨🤦♀️)
Most people are drawn to the colours they see outside, magnetised by their brilliance in all the forms of nature.
As you dive deeper underwater, the spectrum of colour actually diminishes, but this is where the colours you have inside yourself become brightest.
For every amazing marine animal we see, the sensation that binds us is the one we generate inside. It's not manufactured, it's borne of us. You can't fake it, or else you're cheating yourself.
Swimming freely underwater enables your true colours to shine.
The next foundation PADI BASIC FREEDIVER course is on Sat 4th August in Cheltenham VIC.
Jump online and secure your place. Begin to take your snorkelling skills deeper.
It is the theory, practical and pool part of the level one freediving training, easily performed all year round.
Image @marlon_quinn : During level one freediving training in @tasmania student Kaeo @s_k_ll_ observes the vibrant urchin resident of the stunning @tasmanpeninsula .