Beautiful evening tonight with a sunset that was worth capturing. Taken on the beach at Prestatyn, these groyne markers are almost completely submerged at high tide. Technical Note. Pentax K-30, with Pentax 18-55 mm WR lens. F11, ISO Auto, bracket of 3 exposures (-2 to +2). HDR processed with Machinery HDR Effects, post processed... Continue Reading →


I’m still working on getting that HDR image from my Pentax K-30. This is a bracket of 3 processed with Machinery HDR Effects. Slowly but surely I’m getting used to the camera.

All In A Row

  A while back I had the good fortune to visit and tour around parts of Western Australia. One of the places I stayed at was right in the heart of the Yanchep National Park, beside Loch McNess, named after Sir Charles McNess, a wealthy Western Australian philanthropist. Also known as Yanchep Lake and Wagardu... Continue Reading →

HDR and the Pentax K30

My Set Up I finally got around to trying out the HDR features of the Pentax K30. For this test I used JPEG as the file format, set the ISO to 100 and used f9 for the aperture. For the next test I will use RAW for the brackets My subject was the lighthouse at... Continue Reading →

Birnbeck Pier

  Birnbeck Pier is a pier in Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset, England. It is situated on the Bristol Channel approximately 18 miles (29 km) south-west of Bristol. It links the mainland with Birnbeck Island, a 1.2 hectares (12,000 m2) rocky island just to the west of Worlebury Hill, and is the only pier in the country... Continue Reading →

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