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Inspirations >> My Canon Story

Blue Boat House @ Perth

2022-10-27
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Dear friends, like to share my experience on "Travel Landmark Photography". I just returned a couple of days back from Perth, on a photo assignment. Having some free time during the trip, I had an enjoyable time shooting the charming Perth landmark - Crawley Edge Boatshed (or The Blue Boat House) on Swan River. This landmark has a unique 'feature" - the boat house can only be accessed via a single pier from Mounts Bay Road. As such, photographing this venue can be very "time-sensitive" as a constant stream of tourists starts queuing at the entrance to the pier. I like shooting long exposures (using ND filters) of the landmark but looking at the visitors behind me, I had to think fast, act fast and "release" the shooting spot pronto. So my next option would be to position myself at other ideal angles and use the visitors as part of my composition. Hope you like my presentation of the iconic landmark. Camera - Canon EOS 5DmkIV Lenses - Canon EF 24-70mm F2.8L MkII Remarks - Nisi ND filters - 10 stops + GND 2 stops + Polariser. Camera mounted on Sirui carbon fiber tripod with Manfrotto XPro magnesium ball head.

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