Vivid Rock

Vivid Sydney from blues point

To be able to see the bridge pin-striping as part of Vivid Sydney you have to get on the western side of the bridge to be able to get full appreciation of it. Blues point is pretty perfect and on this particular night it was low tide and the few rocks were showing, the lights on the bridge are actually pretty darn bright, hence the intense reflection on the water. The pin striping does all kind of funky animations but i really just like the solid blocks of colour.

This image was taken down on the sand and I used a little LED torch to illuminate the otherwise dark and shadowed rock. Its a couple of images manually blended together, there is quite a huge dynamic range with the bright lights from Luna Park and also the bridge.

Techie love:
D750 coupled with Samyang 14mm f2.8 @ 14mm Aperture: f/4 and Shutter Speed: 1/30s (overexpose) 13s (normal exposure) & 5s (under expose)
ISO 100
out front – a very vivid rock

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22 thoughts on “Vivid Rock

  1. Beautiful arch bridge and pullers on either side pillers to hold the bridge and beautifully. Illuminated with violet, yellow, blue and these lights reflected in calm sea water, added attraction is rock covered with crust looks nice. Thank you.

  2. to be able to see the bridge pin- striping as part of vivid Sydney you have to get on the western side of the bridge to be able to get full appreciate of it. Blues point is pretty perfect and on this particular nigth it was low tide and the few rocks were

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