Head-Spinning Looks. Shop new leggings, scarves, and skirts.
Cockatoo Island Machine shop, Sydney Australia. An amazing place to photograph, changed my outlook on photography and made me keener to learn more.Nikon D90, Nikkor 18-55mm VR, 3 exposures of mtr, -2 & +2, HDR’d in Photomatix, Iphoto.
australia sydney artist abandoned nsw nikon hdr photomatix workshop d90 leighn 18 55mm cockatoo island machine shop
This is great Leigh, I like your style of HDR.
Thanks Ozzzy, that’s a great compliment :) The Cockatoo Island trip has inspired me to get better at HDR and photography in general.
Wonderful. Even amongst all the machinery, with the busy backdrop of the shed and being dwarfed by the chunky, massive yellow press, you’ve still kept that bloke centre stage and the hero of the piece. Man and Machine indeed.Tops! I love it.
Thanks Jeff :) I think I got lucky with the light, but yeah having that bloke there really makes the shot.
Fantastic old structure. Imagine it’s heyday!
Thanks Eric. Yes, I think the workshop would have been quite an impressive sight and a hive of activity in it’s heyday.
Cool, thanks :)
Very nice work
Nice industrial shot. I’m assuming it’s listed…for future reference, Click Here
Cockatoo Island heritage listed? Of course! :)
HD to purpose. Marvelous giving this world a poetic edge. Cheers for it.
I love the industrial grittiness of these shots. Nice one. I must get me some HDR lessons!
Thanks Iain. Happy to help if you have any HDR questions but if you haven’t already found it check out Trey Ratcliff’s website"Stuck In Customs":http://www.stuckincustoms.com/ for a great HDR tutorial.
Receive exclusive deals and awesome artist news and content right to your inbox.
Free for your convenience.