thanks helen, unfortunately the camera i used for macro photography broke last year, so for now I have to stick with panoramic photos… in fact i’m heading over to singapore, denmark and poland next month ill post photos from my euro trip after i get back down under, cheers
Thanks for the interesting question Nara. Fireworks are difficult to capture as you see them. You have to experiment with different exposure settings and probably do some blending afterwards. Unfortunately, you do not get much time to photograph fireworks. Opportunities to do so are quite few as well. With waterfalls, on the other hand, you can take your time. I have seen some really nice waterfall photos with cool water effects. So, if I *had* to choose I would go with the waterfalls.
I thought you would photograph fireworks. It was my feeling from your photos. You know, there are the fireworks in Brisbane on New Year’s Eve. You’ll try shooting the fireworks. It will be wonderful photography on your collection.