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Australian Photography Tours - Beginner and dawn photography in Sydney's Darling Harbour
Sydney - digital photography workshops and walks:
Photography classes in the heart of Sydney
Visitors to Sydney and staying in the CBD do not have to travel far for this superb location, it is on the door step.
Darling Harbour is one of Sydney's major entertainment areas with restaurants, cinema's, take away food and lots of activity. Along with Sydney Harbour this location is often used for major events by Sydney City Council with laser light shows amongst any number of activities.
Darling Harbour was developed in the 80's and quickly became popular with locals and tourists as a place to visit. Darling Harbour is generally busy with shoppers and people enjoying the day out.
Darling harbour is split by the Pyrmont Bridge, on the opposite side to Darling Harbour is the maritime Museum where you can see the James Craig, warships, submarines and light ships of all shapes and sizes. Buy a ticket and spend time inside and on the decks clicking away with your camera.
The following photographs were taken starting at dawn around 5.30 am taking advantage of the hours when few people are around, there is no air movement and water reflections are crystal clear with the walkways empty apart from the security, cleaners and the odd reveler from the previous night out.
As the sun appears the tops of the buildings are bathed in orange light. The sun quickly rises and we have to get a move on to photograph our objectives. I can say that as a much traveled ex repatriate Yorkshire man there is nothing quite like first light and sunrise on the east coast of Australia for colour.
Five minutes walk brings you to the Queen Victoria Building, a superb Victorian shopping centre where you can buy the latest designer label merchandise, enjoy a coffee or just enjoy the building as we did. Colour, people, smalls and the aroma of food greets you as you walk through this stunning building. Take some photographs then sit and enjoy a quality coffee. Finish the workshop by browsing through the many shops.
|Photographer Ken Hall @ Australian Photography Tours|
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