AVPC 澳洲视界摄影家协会 Cityscape/City at Night or Urban Scene
Each month, AVPC has monthly set suject photography competition, the Oct 2019 one being “Cityscape/City at Night or Urban Scene”.
Rising: Raymond Chen
Don't forget to look back when photographing sunrise or sunset”, my experience of this image taken was a typical example. I vividly remember that moment that I was more attracted to the rising hot balloon from the opposite side of sun-rise. (Date: 11th June 2017, Camera: Canon 60D， ISO 100， f 4.5， 1/45s 28 mm which was 45mm equivalent on APS sensor)
Bridge at Night: Mary Yao
The Chain Bridge was well-known in Budapest. I waited for more than two hours on its nearby mountain top, till lights of the bridge were on, which improved the quality of the image (Nikon D750, F7.1 ISO100, 6s @ 70mm)
Melbourne under Tyndall Light: Jack Zheng
For Oct competition I submitted 5 photos with 5 different photography techniques, and this is the one that I wish to convey an idea that Melbourne, as an urban city, is still so tiny when compared with mother nature! Image taken at a location 8km away from Melbourne CBD (F 11, Tv 1/125s, ISO 50, [email protected])
Qing Huai River at Night: William Liu
Image was taken at Dong Shui Guan of Nanjing, China, where Qing Hua River flows through. This tourist attaction location is well known for boat rowing at night, and my light painting image shows long exposure effect of rowing boats turning head(ISO 50, f22, 1/95s, 35mm)
Port Melbourne at Dusk: Cheng Kang
Image taken at Port Melbourne, when the after-glow of sunset enhanced the colour of the tall buildings. Photo taken with Nikon D750.
Flowing Light in Colour: Cathy Chen
I was on the top floor balcony and spotted the stream of flowing light in colour, I was amazed by its beauty thus zoomed in and out of my lense and took this image of “bursting light“ (f/11，16mm，ISO 80，1-30s)
Zhong Guan District after Rain: Daisy Du
The location is a district of Beijing which originated from industrial and commercial development. It is now more populated with more services provided to it's locals and passer-bys.
Tall buildings vs Small units: Raymond Chen
This is my photographic work with composition set in mind before image shooting, wishing to display a city night scene with “contrast“: colourful wooden units at Brighton Beach vs the Melb CBD buildings with lights. (Canon 5D iv，ISO 800， f16，4s，170mm)
Early Morning of Dubai: Shirley Jeremic
Image was taken in an early morning of April 2009 from a balcony of Atlantis the Palm Dubai. The rising sun matches perfectly with the boat-shape-hotel in composition of this backlit photo with no lensehood or cpl filter (1/60s, F5.6, 200, ISO200)
Urban Module: Jack Zheng
With greyscale photographic expression, I endeavour to present the urbanscape image with metallic texture (F 11, Tv 1/200s, ISO 200, [email protected])