I was going through some of my older photos when I came across this one. As it stood, it was not overly special but then I started to play with ideas and this is what I finished up with.
What do you think? Does it work for you like this?
Finally, I have managed to stich together the photos from the South Perth photoshoot. I have been searching for a decent program to stitch them together. I tried the tools provided with Adobe Photoshop Elements and from Canon with no luck. Today Martin suggested I try autostitch. So I downloaded a copy and gave it a go. Voila! The best results so far! Initially, I was concerned about the distinct colour change to the right of the old swan brewery (In the water) but this is actually apparent in the original (and is not a stich point).
As you may recognise, the first is Perth city at Dawn (taken at 0649 on 09 October 2008) taken from South Perth and the second is the Old Swan Brewery taken from South Perth near the Narrows Bridge.
I have been going though my photos form this shoot looking for interesting pics to post. This photo came out better than I first thought. I find the lines of the bridge quite intersting. I have titled it “Narrow Lines” as the bridge is the Narrows Bridge. I believe the bridge is so named as it spans the narrowest part of the Swan River.
The morning started off predawn with some cloud cover starting to cover the sky. This cover moved pretty quickly and In very little time cleared the sky – It cleared the horizon before the sun had risen and left the sunrise looking a little ordinary.
The pic above is one I took whilst walking along the foreshore looking for other photo opportunities. The vessel is the Paddle Steamer Decoy, an operational paddle steamer operating on the Swan river.
Afterwards, we all wandered into the Mends Street Cafe for brekky before the others had to head off to work. ;-)
More pics to come soon!
A colleague of mine noticed that Jamie Patterson was calling for people to join up on a photo shoot through Fremantle. So, I teamed up with a few colleagues Sam & Martin and we made our way to Freo. The afternoon started off pretty wet but by the time we had coffee, the weather had fined up. All in all, it was more a greet and meet than a photo shoot (not sure that many photos were taken!). However, a good time was had by all. Looking forward to doing it again.
However, as we left our cars the other end of Fremantle to the others, we parted ways when the others went to the north mole to take photos of the sunset. We called it a day and enjoyed Hans.
The photo above is one I took on the day. It is from the old firestation which is now a backpackers.