Sydney Opera House

1/125; f/11 (aperture priority); 120mm (180@35mm); ISO 450; circular polarizer

1/320; f/11 (aperture priority); 112mm (168@35mm); ISO 200; circular polarizer

1/160; f/11 (aperture priority); 200mm (300@35mm); ISO 400; circular polarizer

When I visited Sydney four years ago I didn’t actually bother taking any shots of the Opera House. I reasoned that it was such an incredibly famous landmark and tourist must-see there would be little I could do that hadn’t been done a million times before (and I think I was in a grumpy mood!). This time round I decided I should give it go and in the end I went for some partial framings in an attempt to do something a little less obvious and overdone.

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9 Comments

  1. Excellent pics — I never would have known there was all that texture. Good idea to do something different with this place.

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