Another Australian blue hour shot, this time at dusk: the Chinatown arch in Little Bourke Street in Melbourne. Nikon D300 | Sigma 10-20@10mm | ƒ10 | ISO 500 | Handheld | HDR -1/0/+1exp www.SergioAmiti.com | Request license via GettyImages
Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne
The Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne dates back to 1880. It is UNESCO listed, and one the last surviving 19th century exhibition buildings in the world. The first parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia was held in this building in 1901. It was given "Royal" status in 1984. This photo was taken in early evening sunlight.
15 Fun Fabulous Fisheye Photos
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St Paul's Cathedral, Interior - HDR
This is the first of St Paul's Cathedral interior that I took while in Melbourne. This Cathedral is very similar to St Peter's Cathedral in Adelaide, as they where designed by the same person. Fantastic architecture in these old cathedral's, they don't make them like this anymore. Enjoy - Canon 5D Mark2. - ISO 200, f16, 4 sec, 27mm. - Canon 17-40 f/4 L. - Tripod View On Black Standard 3 exposure (+2,0,-2 EV) Processing Photomatix - Tonemapped generated HDR using detail enhancer option…