Around Christmas we had a walk around North Sydney, and I noticed in the distance these interesting looking and colourful sheds on the shores across Sydney Harbour. I had previously spied these as I was on a boat, and once we got home I did a search on Flickr to identify them. Once I found out what they were, and where they were, I launched PhotoPills to find some vantage points, and within a couple of days we set off to have a look.
This is an interesting spot that I will return to in different weather conditions and at different times of the year. Storms and sunrises will be interesting here.
As with anywhere, the challenge will be to make interesting compositions, knowing what to eliminate from Sydney’s skyline, and what to keep. I felt that the distinctive Barrangaroo Tower on the left was worth keeping in for this shot, and I have some different composition ideas for when I next visit.
Camera, Lens and Editing Data
- C: Fujifilm X-T4
- L: Fujinon XF 55-200mm f3.5-f4.8 R LM OIS
- E: Lightroom, Photoshop, Luminar