I really enjoy the-great-ocean-road.com
I really enjoy your site. I am a keen amateur photographer and your site inspired me to take a photographic trip down the Great Ocean Road. I understand your passion for this area. It has everything going for it.
One of the difficulties I had, however, was in photographing some of the spectacular coastal scenery. What is the best way to handle harsh shadows along the cliff faces when photographing places like Bay of Martyrs? It seems like early morning and late afternoon create stronger shadows. Do I really need to photograph around midday even though the sun is so harsh at this time of day?
Thank you for your effort in creating a website that is so helpful for people interested in photographing The Great Ocean Road.
Until I read your site, I had no idea that the area around Childers Cove existed - it's such a spectacular area and basically tourist free.