Old time effect to this photo...early morning activity, back in the '800
I am starting liking more and more the black and white photos. And I am enjoying more and more the long exposure photos as well, it gives that sense of dreaming effect with water and clouds creating a fog effect. This is a new Melbourne project, the B&W View. Enjoy!
Riding my bicycle here and there in the night I saw this interesting Yarra view of South Bank. It's a pity that this area is pretty empty, but new bars are getting opened, so there is hope to see more action soon.
Lots of lines crossing each other in this photo. I was captured by the Crown lights, together with the Melbourne Exhibition Centre arcades and finally the Southbank building in the background. All together a big geometry minestrone
It's B&W week. Finally I was able to make some photos of this bridge. I always liked the lights around it, and the black and white format works just great here.
Yesterday I posted a night photo of the new MTC, with some unusual lines, which worked great on a photo. Today is time for the old venue which I find very interesting, with the graffiti all around. It's a pity this structure is closed down. It would be really interesting to explore the interiors.
This interesting structure replaced the old MTC in 2009. I really enjoy the lines of these cubes all around the building; they for sure stand out in the back streets of Southbank and they are a great photographic inspiration. Do I like it more than the old one? Being a vintage lover, I still prefer the old one. I will →
This is an interesting corner in Southbank. This photo almost looks like two half pictures together, isn't it? Yes, that was the ultimate goal I guess. When I saw this place, I though straight away to the post production and how I could use it to create a 2-side photo.
This lane is quite amazing. I stopped here for almost an hour I believe. I always find the graffiti in the CBD lanes over-amazing, however, because of the huge popularity, photographed from every single corner and in every single way. Said that, I'm still thinking to make some photos there as well, but from a sort of different prospective....we shall →
It was a fantastic night, and this is the last photo I was able to make at the firework event. I have already posted two of them, on 28th of January and on 3rd of February. Let me know which one you like more ;-)
Oh yes, Australia day is Australia Day, one of my favourite day in Australia, right in the middle of the summer, usually a warm day to spend at the beach, as it was in my case, windsurfing the all day. I was quite tired in the evening, but I really did not want to miss the fireworks in the city. →
The formal MTC (Melbourne Theatre Company) is a very well hidden place, no question about. MTC has since moved to a more trendy place and location, which is for sure one site to visit for some futuristic shots. However I love the formal MTC building, clearly an old warehouse with some incredible graffiti. The all back lane is actually an open →
The ACCA rusted wall just outside the centre was a real great inspiration. I drove my bike through one day and I wrote down in my book the location. The rust comes out very well when the photo is made in HDR and I could not miss this opportunity. It was almost raining, and the black sky helped even more →