L1M1AP3 - Rule of Thirds  Canon 60D Taken from the North side of the bridge.  ISO 125  1/800sec  f/3.5 20mm No Flash

Lightroom Taken from North Sydney looking back across the Harbour. No tripod used Canon EOS ISO 125

L1M1AP3 - Rule of Thirds  Canon 60D Taken from the North side of the bridge.  ISO 125  1/800sec  f/3.5 20mm No Flash

Lightroom Taken from North Sydney looking back across the Harbour. No tripod used Canon EOS ISO 125

L1M1AP3 Take 3  Sandstone rocks at Cape Solanda, Botany Bay ISO 200 f/11 1/500 300mm Taken on my Canon 400D

L1M1AP3 Take 3 Sandstone rocks at Cape Solanda, Botany Bay ISO 200 f/11 1/500 300mm Taken on my Canon 400D

L1M1AP3 Lines Take 2 Rocks at Cape Solanda, Botany Bay.  ISO 200, f/11 1/500 300mm Taken with my old Canon EOS 400D

L1M1AP3 Lines Take 2 Rocks at Cape Solanda, Botany Bay. ISO 200, f/11 1/500 300mm Taken with my old Canon EOS 400D

L1M1AP3  Lines ISO 200 f/5.6 1/160sec 120mm  Taken from outside the gates of Government House in Sydney.

L1M1AP3 Lines ISO 200 f/5.6 1/160sec 120mm Taken from outside the gates of Government House in Sydney.

L1M1AP3 Viewpoint  ISO200 f/3.5 1/2500sec 18mm  The old Blast Furnace at Lithgow. Shot was taken from the ground looking up at the relics.

Viewpoint The old Blast Furnace at Lithgow. Shot was taken from the ground looking up at the relics.

L1M1AP3 Composition  ISO 200, F/5.6 1/13 sec 200mm  Froggy posing for his picture at Taronga Zoo, Sydney

L1M1AP3 Composition ISO 200, F/5.6 1/13 sec 200mm Froggy posing for his picture at Taronga Zoo, Sydney

L1M1AP3 Rule of Thirds  ISO 200 f/5.6 1/250sec 200mm  Taken on the South Coast of NSW.

L1M1AP3 Rule of Thirds ISO 200 f/5.6 1/250sec 200mm Taken on the South Coast of NSW.

L1M1AP3 Framing ISO 200 f/3.5 18mm 1/2500  The old Blast Furnace in Lithgow. This photo has plenty of space for cropping and bringing the object closer to the forefront of the image.

L1M1AP3 Framing ISO 200 f/3.5 18mm 1/2500 The old Blast Furnace in Lithgow. This photo has plenty of space for cropping and bringing the object closer to the forefront of the image.

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