Yet another picture from Halls Creek Rd, Waitinga, which is located in the southern Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia:
This one was even more planned than the other pictures that I made on Halls Creek Rd:---the time was down to the minute in order to ensure that the early late autumn morning light fell across the twin trunks of the eucalypt. Without that early morning light the picture would have been dull and flat. I would have walked past the scene.
My landscape photography is done in the early morning and the late afternoon light during the summer months. Unlike digital, film does not have the dynamic range to handle the shadow/highlight extremes of a harshly-lit subject in the summer light. So I work in lighting where dynamic range is not a problem.