Articles Tagged 'Reflection'

Farewell to 2021

The year 2021 has, without a doubt, been my lowest year in terms of photographic output.  In the final days of the year 2021, I decided to head to a favourite location in Pyrmont, in order to photograph the relatively new Crown Sydney skyscraper alongside the three skyscrapers which form International Towers in the Barangaroo [ continue reading ]

My New Canon EF 24mm f/1.4L II USM: Ideal for Cityscapes

Last week, I decided to buy a Canon EF 24mm f/1.4L II USM lens.  It was a lens I had entertained — but not seriously — adding to my rig.  Until the addition of this lens, my two wide lenses consisted of my Canon EF 14mm f/2.8L II USM and Canon EF 35mm f/1.4L USM [ continue reading ]

Twilight Delight

The view of Sydney's skyline from the western side of Darling Harbour is always a beautiful spectacle as the evening twilight descends.  I have photographed it before, and I will photograph it again.  This time, I captured a view of that same skyline from the south-western corner of Cockle Bay, right outside the new International [ continue reading ]

Milson's Point View

A view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge from Milson's Point at twilight.  This year I have decided to make more of an effort to get out and shoot regularly.  For this most recent weeknight shoot (my third of 2017), I decided to re-visit the Sydney Harbour Bridge, which I rarely photograph any more.  The last [ continue reading ]

Re-Visiting a Scene Six Years Later

During the week, I had the unusual opportunity to shoot a twilight cityscape.  It is not something I tend to do very often, but circumstance created the opportunity, which I seized, including a visit to a few of the big city camera stores.  I figured we would afterwards head over to Darling Harbour for some dinner [ continue reading ]

Pleasant Dawn on Sydney Harbour

Since my return to seascaping last week, I have been keen to head back out at dawn to shoot more seascapes.  On the one hand, I failed; but on the other hand, I succeeded — at capturing a different kind of image at dawn.  Having checked the weather and cloud situation the night before, I [ continue reading ]

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