May 1, 2013

Shot of the Day #76

After a long arduous day of university (..yeh right!) a friend and I decided to photograph the new building on our campus (not pictured). After spending a good amount of time inside the new building we ventured outside to get the remaining ‘blue hour’ light. Which worked out nicely with this very colourful apartment building; a good find by my friend Mr Zhou – by the way, thanks for bringing your much sturdier tripod! So, once I had the raw file imported into Lightroom it was just a matter of selectively saturating the near spectrum of colours. Particularly I really wanted to bring out the rich blue of the sky, but I cheated a little bit with some split toning. This point-of-view or angle struggled against the ambient street lighting from below, so some clever cropping was employed to lessen the impact.

Coloured Apartments Melbourne Australia

Coloured Apartments, Melbourne, Australia

Details:

  • ISO 160
  • F 2.8
  • 15 secs
  • 50 mm
  • Sony a99
  • Carl Zeiss 24-70 2,8
  • Tripod (Mr Zhou’s)
  • Post-Processing: Adobe Lightroom 4

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Written by Mike

Michael Scott is the publisher and photographer behind Scott Photographics! He is very passionate about his photography and enjoys sharing the best of his experiences for others to enjoy too! Contact Mike via email!

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