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Category Archives: City/Urban
During the month of September, the Brisbane Festival is held in, well, Brisbane of course.
This festival attempts to show art has no boundaries. The two most popular events during the festival are Riverfire, and for the first time this year, the Santos City of Lights. For 10 minutes, the skyline of Brisbane erupts into a light and laser show choreographed to a dramatic musical score.
It must be Mediterranean week here in Brisbane at the moment. Last week we had the Greek Festival known as Paniyiri, and this week we cross the Ionian Sea to celebrate Italian week.
As part of the week long celebrations, the Treasury Casino in the centre of the city has changed the colours of it’s external lighting to reflect the colours of the Italian flag. Of course a white light onto a sandstone building won’t produce the colour white, so they’ve had to go with more of a blue tint than a white one. This means the traditional tri-colour green white red Italian flag is more of a green blue red flag, which happens to be the colours on the Azerbaijan flag. I don’t think we have an Azerbaijan Festival here in town, so there shouldn’t be any confusion.
Continuing on with my HDR development, I decided to take some bracketed images of a local building just after sunset and put them through Photomatrix Pro. The end styling was a mixture of On One Photo Tools, Nik Colour Efex and Lightroom.