Tyama Light Magic, Melbourne Museum, Australia Part I

August 29, 2022  •  14 Comments

It came to my attention that there was a light show at Melbourne Museum. The place has the light set up for photographers already. It is just a matter of turning the camera on and click! What a fun event for me who just wants a relaxing weekend.

I spotted my gang who found themselves uncomfortable to have humans in the photograph. They all tried to avoid any persons within the frame. I realise it might have something to do with Asperger traits or a personal style. 

Interestingly, silhouette can work like a treat sometimes. One thing about being an amateur is that I can do what I like without conforming to the mainstream perception.

It takes a lot of time to process these shots. So this is just part I for the occasion.

I like to talk a walk instead of sitting at home processing these shots lol

 

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Comments

Irma(non-registered)
What beautiful photos.
Greetings Irma
Giorgio(non-registered)
It isn't easy to take pictures in that particular environ! Congrats on such a great post!
A ShutterBug Explores(non-registered)
Your photos are very professional and beautiful ~ Awesome light show ones ~

Wishing you good health, laughter and love in your days ~

A ShutterBug Explores,
ala (A Creative Harbor)
Alan(non-registered)
These images are amazing. The way you silhouetted the people made them part of the art.
Nancy Chan(non-registered)
Beautiful light display. In this case, the people didn't spoil the photos.
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