Whilst attending a professional course at the University of New South Wales / Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA), I managed to grab a few hours to photograph some of the capitals prominent features. I take all my pictures in RAW in order to allow optimum post-processing however this means that my travel laptop is unable to process them. So an update will be pending with a collection of Canberra pictures.
Whilst eagerly awaiting a chance to complete some good post processing, I started experimenting with the in-camera filters and functions as the Canon 600D converts the output to JPG. This format can then be put straight to my blog for readering /viewing pleasure.
I hope you enjoy these few ‘pan, tilt, zoom’ (PTZ) filtered pictures. They were taken from the top of Mt Ainsle, overlooks the Australian war memorial in the foreground before drawing the viewers eyes up Anzac Parade. The scene is split across the main middle focal point of Lake Burley Griffen with old parliament house, the wide white building and finally the new parliament house located under (that’s right, UNDER!) capitol hill.
Until later in the week, enjoy…