While I was taken Timelapse photos of Vivid Sydney I like to experiment a little bit with my photography. One of the trick that makes your photos stands out among the crowd is the zoom effect. It is the oldest photography trick in the book and only a few knew it. Until now anyway. SomeContinue reading “The zoom effect is the oldest photography trick that not many people know about it.”
I love Vivid Sydney but certain decisions that certainly let the public down. For one the event was popular due to photographers in Sydney spread the word for the city since it’s inception. It’s a free publicity for the city and that was the whole purpose of the event. When was the public need aContinue reading “Vivid Sydney and Media Pass?”
After two years of absence due to the situation, Sydneysiders were treated to the most spectacular light show and installations to date. How could I judge that? Well I’ve been taken photos of Vivid Sydney since 2012. That’s 10 years experience in my photography journey. I was a beginner photographer and I was delight toContinue reading “Vivid Sydney is back”
Something you don\’t see everyday. The Sydney Harbour Bridge become a giant fan. A creative shot while at Mrs Macquarie\’s Chairs during my last shooting night during Vivid Sydney.
Another creative shot that probably 200 other photographers on the same they of Trey Ratcliff\’s Photowalk missed out. Photographers often obsessed with sharpness and the photos sometime can become boring and very clique especially at Mrs Macquarie\’s Chair. The best view on the Opera House and Harbour Bridge that thousands of them have been taken.Continue reading “Vivid Sydney 2016: Curtain of Lights”
Just a little fun while on the field photographing Vivid Sydney 2016. The techniques called \”Zoom Effect\” and you have a great time explore other possibilities of a camera than your average snap shot. It\’s not to everyone taste but photography is an art form and art is very subjective.
I always wanted to paint the rocks at Mrs Macqaurie\’s Chair. Finally during the last night of photograph the bridge and the opera house during Vivid Sydney that I managed to do it. A simple torch and a few gels in my bag makes it possible.
Another recognised icon in Sydney was illuminated during Vivid Sydney. It sits right on the busiest intersection in Sydney\’s CBD. I was on the opposite side of the street and simply enjoy the experience of being there. See the hectic people, the traffic jam and no one looks up and simply enjoy the scenery intriguedContinue reading “Vivid Sydney 2016 Sydney Town Hall”
Last night of Vivid Sydney and I\’ll miss it. There\’s a few places this year that I was not keen to photograph. I\’m not sure I could be back in Sydney next year to photograph Vivid Sydney. But I think I have enough memory of Vivid to last me a long time.
This year show was not as spectacular as last year. But it better than a custom house without any light show on it. Don\’t take my word for it, see it for yourself.