24 Hours In Capricornia

Taken with Canon EOS 60D & Canon EF 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM lens.

Recently we were lucky enough to have two ABC Open Producers visit Clermont to hold some free photography workshops & a workshop on making time-lapse videos. We had heaps of fun with Lisa & Dan (and one of these days I’ll get around to posting the photographs I took that weekend), so when Lisa approached Shannon & I to participate in another project we jumped at the chance.

Lisa had the crazy idea of getting photographers together from all over the Capricornia region to document a period of 24 hours from 12pm on the 31st December 2012 to 12pm on the 1st of January 2013. 22 photographers & 48 photographs later, here is the result (look out for my contributions at 6:44pm & 7:04pm, and Shannon’s at 6:00am) :

Both my images were taken on my Canon EOS 50D with a Canon EF 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM lens. Funny story – when Shannon pointed out the gorgeous colour of the sky at 7:04pm I promptly picked my camera up & ran outside. In my crop top. With bare feet. And without keys. The door blew shut behind me & I ended up having to yell for Shannon to let me back in. Hopefully my street was entertained by the barefoot, half-naked, heavily pregnant woman running around in the street with a camera.

1 Comment

  1. Teresa Buckthought

    Such a cool idea! Makes you realise just how diverse the world and peoples lives are. Also I hope Shannon let you in quickly and you didn’t have to stand about too long half naked – I guess its times like that you can be glad you live in a small town (where there is a chance of no one being around to catch your embarrassing moments) rather than a big city (where there are always people around!)


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