Bringing new life to a 1845 circa building

Customs House Sydney

Another TDC production item at the Sydney Vivid Festival 2015, the focus has definitely been on animation and 3D this year and the Customs House display does not disappoint in that regard.

To the average punter it does look awesome but looking deeper into there are quite a few intricacies to really make it stand out, the detail and complimenting animation with the building structure is actually quite well thought out and also the way the scenes utilise building structure is clever, h/t to the content providers and TDC.

This one is a contact sheet of some of my favourite scenes from this display, nice sharp and high res, zooom on in to check it out.
Vertical goodness just for google plus.

(www.tdc.com.au)

Exif love:
D750 coupled with Nikkor 24-70mm f2.8 @ 24mm Aperture: f/5.6 and Shutter Speed: 2s
ISO 100
out front – Customs House

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10 thoughts on “Bringing new life to a 1845 circa building

  1. That's awesome. Great compilation. This always looks like a great time to be down your way…now to find an additional 3 weeks during the year and a type of conveyance for 2 kids that doesn't take 24 hours transit 😉 Great work +Gerard Blacklock

  2. +Gerard Blacklock yeah man, it's 10 mins for me to Lake Michigan which besides downtown Chicago which is maybe 25 w/out traffic, is really the only place I have to shoot around here that varies no matter when I go…def. NOTHING like down there…I am in constant awe of all the amazing shots I see down there…and I really like your work too…

    I just picked up a 1.8 Formatt-Hitech ND filter so I should be able to start doing more lengthy exposures which might resemble some of your photographs…but it won't be here till mid next week…Enjoy your weekend and keep the vivid shots coming!

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