I'm home from my trip around Australia. I drove nearly 27,000km over a three-and-a-half month period and took something like 15,000 photos. I'm sure about the kilometres but not the photos. I don't really want to know how many pictures I have to review before I can start thinking about getting a photobook together. On the one hand, I have plenty of time to do this. On the other, I need to get it done before the whole project goes stale. Let's see how I go.
This image is a Lightroom edit of a shot taken on the very first day, somewhere out of Goomalling in Western Australia. The key elements of the edit are some sharpening and contrast adjustments to the tree line and the lines in the field and some play with the exposure in the central region. It's a nice clean image to start with.
I shoot for fun, with a Sony A7II, a Mavic Pro and my trusty iPhone 6s.