Sunset at Main Beach, Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast Queensland

Sunset at Main Beach, Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast Queensland

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A warm and balmy evening on the Gold Coast saw a golden sunset at a wharf near Main Beach on the Gold Coast in Queensland headed toward South Port and just past Dreamworld.

There’s a heap of things to photograph around Main Beach on the Gold Coast such as beaches, boats, fishing, the attractions at Surfers Paradise, the pier at Southport plus epic sunrises and sunsets and much more.

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How the Main Beach Sunset Photo Was Taken

Gear Used

Body: Nikon D810 Lens: Nikon 16-35 f4 Wide Angle SD Card: Lexar Prof 64gb 150ms

Camera Settings / Exif Data

Setting – Aperture: f18 Focal Length: 26mm Shutter Speed: 1/50 ISO: 64

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