NT PHOTOGRAPHY: 55 AUSTRALIAN OUTBACK PHOTOS

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The Aussie outback can be a dangerous place, but it can also be bloody beautiful. I went on a 7-day adventure into the red center of Australia. I was amazed by how awesome the whole experience was and how many epic activities were on offer. From chopper flights and riding camels at sunrise to skydiving over Uluru, this trip had it all. Oh yeah, while we were in Northern Territory we also cliff jumped from 25m. This is my NT photography gallery full of my favorite Australian outback photos!

 

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  1. Johannes Bentzon-ehlers says:

    Incredible as always! Cant help but wonder; your images are very sharp, but still – no motion blur. Which settings do you use? Smaller aperture, higher ISO, higher shutter speed? And also, is this done in aperture mode? Or manual? Again, thank you for the incredible pictures and inspiration!
    PS
    I am also going to South East Asia and Cairnes in Australia and want to some sharp shots – I am considering starting a blog as well.
    Best,
    Johannes

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