Sydney Opera House

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  1. HoboSyke

    HoboSyke TPF Noob!

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    Thanks for looking..
     
  2. Meysha

    Meysha still being picky Vicky

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    Ooooh... look at the puuurty building!
    Gorgeous shots here mate. it's awesome that you are so lucky to have such a gorgeous building to photograph. (wow too many adjectives in that sentance).
    The first one would have to be my favourite because the opera house sort of blends in to the high rises and you can't really see it first and then all of a sudden - Bang! - there's the opera house. One of the most distinctive buildings on the planet and I reckon you did a great job with it. All the pics are gorgeous and spot on.
     
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    Wow, those are beautiful! :)
     
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    great shots!
     
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    The blues are just so blue! Love the lines in that building, very cool! Great job! : )
     
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    Thanks all. I actually shot a couple of those on ISO 200 accidently and there is a little noise if you look closely.
     
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    how did you get the effect on the second to last shot? it looks almost black and white but with a gold tint, it doesnt really septia to me. how did ya do it?
     
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    It is sepia !
     

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