EllieMorris
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Behind The Lens

Location
I took this photo from a microlight aircraft flying over Ningaloo reef, Western Australia. My family and I were on a holiday last year in the north of our state, when we got to Exmouth my brother and I went for a scenic flight over the reef.
Time
I took this at around 1pm.
Lighting
It was a beautiful sunny day and the water was very clear, we saw Dugongs, Turtles, Humpback whales and Whale Sharks.
Equipment
I shot this with a 5d mk ii and 24-105mm lens. As we were in an open air aircraft I couldn’t take any other gear with me.
Inspiration
I was wanting to document our trip and the scenery in this part of Australia is absolutely stunning, I took hundreds of photos on this flight.
Editing
I brighten the image and increased the contrast a touch as well as vibrance, this photo didn’t require a lot of editing.
In my camera bag
I normally carry a backpack which contains my 5d mk ii (my go to camera) with a 24-105mm lens attached, I also have a 16-35mm lens and a 100mm lens. In addition to this I carry a 600d with 55-250mm lens and a wireless camera remote as well as spare batteries and memory cards.
Feedback
Getting up in an aircraft can dramatically change your perspective of the scenery and can provide some unique shots.

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