Harbour View Hotel, Sydney, NSW.

•October 21, 2010 • 5 Comments

Yet another image from the Wrong side of the Harbour Bridge. The Halo ruins it a little but it was created/exaggerated when converting to the J. Holmes colour space(?). Does anyone have any knowledge/insight that may help rid me of this troublesome halo?

Sydney Harbour Bridge (from the Observatory)

•October 21, 2010 • 1 Comment

 

This was taken late afternoon from the Observatory gardens. I think I actually prefer this side of the Bridge to the Rocks side. It’s way less touristy but to me that makes it more like, Sydney! Apart from the addition of the border this image was edited  using Aperture 3.

Palisade Hotel 2010 #01

•October 14, 2010 • 1 Comment

 

Palisade Hotel

First post in what seems like ages, and it is!

This was taken early on a Sunday morning, there wasn’t  a cloud in the sky and I don’t have another sky to just drop in to replace the bright blue one that I got. Still, inspiration was found from a Christian Fletcher Tutorial featuring Eureka 88 in Melbourne. With all of those trees’ dropping in a new sky, AKA Peter Eastway, could get interesting.

I didn’t go as far as he (CF) did in the tutorial as I wanted to keep the colour in the buildings and ended up with a stormy look to the heavens!

•June 6, 2010 • 8 Comments

Karijini Waterfall#1 take #4

Thanks for the comments, yes, Darienne, the rocks did detract from the rest of the image, hence take 4!

Karijini Fall #01 take 3

•June 5, 2010 • 4 Comments
Karijini Falls #01 take 3

Karijini Falls #01 take 3

New, new version, less blue version. I’d appreciate any comments? I like it less blue has enhanced the greens, comments’ anyone?

Karijini Waterfall, new look!!

•May 27, 2010 • 11 Comments

Thanks for the comments comrades’ in photography, I haven’t produced a square crop as I thought but this is the crop I produced to the requirements of the ‘Better’ series of magazines. Personally, I like this better, square will work but I think this has quite a nice balance.  Once cropped I added a level adjustment that brightened it up a little too. I’ll be interested to see what feed back I get, both images are posted.

Karijini National Park (yes I’ve finally posted something).

•May 20, 2010 • 10 Comments

It’s been a while, but this is my first offering from the Karijini Workshop I went to recently. I like the deep blue reflections in the pool of water. I hope this is the first on many posts…