Spirits Of Students Past - Goulburn Brewery, Goulburn NSW Australia #3 HDR B&W- The HDR Experience by Philip Johnson
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HDR B&W ONVERSION
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  • A bit of different HDR Treatment of this image with hdr b&w conversion #2 used traditional tonemapped, version 1 of this image used HDR fusion*

Still trying to work out why there is an ancient school room in a brewery ?

You will notice how the internal area of the room is reminiscent of the inside of a ship, we were told that the builders in the 1830’s were ship builders.

Goulburn Brewery is one of the oldest breweries in Australia established in 1833 and designed by colonial architect Francis Greenway. It still operates and a great place to stay

Goulburn is around 280 kilometres from Sydney and dates back to the 1820’s first inland sttlement

On a recent scouting trip for a Red Bublle Rumble , met up with Rosalie Dale and we found many opportunities for a red bubble meetup

technique :HDR 5 bracketted exposures, processed in photomatix 4.1

Equipment : Nikon d300 sigma 10-20mm
B&W HDR Conversion

HDR Tonemapping
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Philip Johnson is a Photographer located on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. Specialising in HDR photography his works have been shown in galleries,published in Tourism campaigns. His work will also be available as Jig Saws through Crown & Andrews

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Comments

  • Odille Esmonde-Morgan
    Odille Esmonde...almost 3 years ago

    I like the B&W treatment, very effective for the subject.

    Maybe it was for the children of the brewery workers?

  • thanks this was difficult shot hand held with little light. Its a possible location for a red bubble meetup in 2012, the first being junee in march

    – Philip Johnson

  • Odille Esmonde-Morgan
    Odille Esmonde...almost 3 years ago

    I found a rather good history here and some more recent history here. Another page at this site mentions Caroline Chisolm, who was strong on women’s rights and education for children.

    And a mention here which refers to worker’s cottages, so my worker’s children idea may be close – those desks would be early 1900s.

  • when we visited , we booked a couple of rooms at the brewery, they were in heritage buildings the mews at the back, very basic but atmospheric , soil floors covered by , wooden pavers . As i said basic but comfortable all rooms had their private fireplaces

    – Philip Johnson

  • John Schneider
    John Schneideralmost 3 years ago

    Great image in b&w, well done, Philip! – John

  • John Linton
    John Lintonalmost 3 years ago

    MonochromatiCool.

  • Ian English
    Ian Englishalmost 3 years ago

    Looks great Philip. Wonder if the kids came down the stairs – curious ;))

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