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IN PICTURES: Vivid Live 2014, Sydney, part 2 - Circular Quay and surrounds (+31 photos)

An amateur photographer's journey through an illuminated city

  • Customs House, Circular Quay

  • Customs House, Circular Quay

  • Customs House, Circular Quay

  • Customs House, Circular Quay

  • Customs House, Circular Quay

  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Circular Quay

  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Circular Quay

  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Circular Quay

  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Circular Quay

  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Circular Quay

  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Circular Quay

  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Circular Quay

  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Circular Quay

  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Circular Quay

  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Circular Quay

  • Street scene, just past the Museum of Contemporary Art with the Rocks in background right

  • The walk towards the Sydney Harbour Bridge with the old Passenger terminal to the right

  • My favourite photo from the entire shoot: I set the tripod up at the edge of the road and shot down towards the Sydney Harbour Bridge using the Bridge and Terminal as fixed objects while I used a 10 second exposure at f8.0 and ISO 200.

  • I like this photo as well: Both the dynamics and the sign which is the perfect identifier

  • Almost spooky

  • The Bridge. Another tripod shot: 10 second exposure, F7.1, ISO 200

  • This photo of a light installation shows the exciting kind of effects you can get from lengthy exposures. Look at the people; they appear to have been absorbed or partially absorbed by the installation. Settings: 10 second exposure, F7.1, ISO 200

  • The Rocks by the waterfront

  • I love the photo for the brick patterning, the angle, the open door and bookcase

  • Heading towards the city

  • Cadmans Cottage, Australia's oldest surviving residential building, was built in 1816. Now, 198 years later, it is very much part of the 21st century ... Monochrome fits the history

  • Cadmans Cottage, Australia's oldest surviving residential building, was built in 1816. Now, 198 years later, it is very much part of the 21st century ... But colour is now

  • City skyline

  • The Sydney Harbour Bridge from the end of one of the Circular Quay ferry wharves. Settings: Tripod, 10 second exposure, F7.1, ISO 200

  • The Sydney Harbour Bridge from the end of one of the Circular Quay ferry wharves. Settings: Tripod, 10 second exposure, F7.1, ISO 200

  • Use the full scope of the 10-22mm lens, this ultra wide angle shot capture the Bridge and the Opera House and I love the light play on the water which has that glorious sheen you get with longer exposures

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