Great example of night photography by one of our recent graduates Ashley Hiebner.
Ashley has captured an unlikely combination of urban, landscape and night photography which has come together beautifully in this shot. Life in a big city, shot at night from a perspective that highlights the urban streetscape on the lead in to a vibrant, busy city.
Great job Ashley and thanks for sharing.
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I really love night photography.
It presents a number of unique challenges and having good knowledge of camera settings is vital in low light photography.
This image was taken in a quite dark part of the marina at beautiful Airlie Beach in Queensland, Australia.
There are just so many sail boats anchored up for the night that you feel like you could hop from one to the other without getting your feet wet.
Airlie beach has such a great vibe about it and there is always something going on. It is also a fantastic step off point to the magnificent Whitsunday islands and the Great Barrier Reef so there is plenty to do and photograph here.
The area is a real melting pot of many nationalities and tourism is the big industry here. I often smile to myself when I see some of the equipment carried by some of the backpackers who are in town. On one occasion I witnessed a young girl who was not very tall at all and on her back she was carrying the biggest backpack but if that wasn’t enough she also had one attached to the front of her body which she could barely see over. Talk about making the most of available space. Still she seemed to be having a great time.
So if you get the opportunity then check out this great location.
On a night photography outing we took this image of The Goodwill Bridge in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
Taken from an interesting vantage point underneath The Captain Cook Bridge, the image shows Southbank in the distance off to the left slightly while capturing just the fringe of the city to the right.
The Goodwill Bridge is a pedestrian and cycle bridge linking the city near Gardens Point over to the other side of the Brisbane River near The Maritime Museum. It is a really popular link used a lot by Brisbane locals and tourists alike.
The entire city and Southbank precincts offer some great photographic opportunities. They are especially popular on New Years Eve and when Riverfire are on as there are just magnificent fireworks displays at these times and a wide range of other things also.
So if you are in Brisbane consider adding these locations to your photography itinerary and remember if you want to improve your photography then we can help with our accredited online photography courses.
A stormy night in Brisbane. Don’t stay at home. Get out and about with your camera. Working in low light is a lot of fun. This image was taken by student Todd Lowrie from Southbank looking into the city. A little rain enhances the reflections on the boardwalk adding an extra element to the shot. Great work Todd! Thanks for allowing us to share your image. Our digital photography courses cover a wide variety of photographic genres so take a few minutes and check out our website.
Nature’s beauty and ferocity. Another awesome image from recent Diploma Course graduate, Ivica Glavas. Ivica combined his photography skills with his knowledge and understanding of storm movement and activity to capture this gem. Thanks Ivica for allowing us to share this image.