Standing on the 88th Floor of the Eureka Tower in Melbourne, the wonderful city spread out below me as far as the eye could see. I had arrived before sunset, but I knew I wanted to capture the city lights glistening against the cobalt sky of the 'blue hour', so I happily enoyed the setting sun to the west. I was amazed at how quickly the lights fired up, almost as if a single switch rather than millions in homes and offices, was flicked at that exact moment but I stood in complete awe at what I could see. There were so many familiar landmarks, but I didn't have time to stand and admire, I knew I had to be quick to capture the scene before too much of the sky went black. The other problem I faced was trying to block out the reflections that were appearing on the windows of the platform. I managed this with a strategically placed black t shirt, stuck to the window with masking tape, but looking at the final image of the jewels below it was as if the glass wasn't there.
Location - Melbourne, VIC.
This fine art photography print is printed on high quality archival paper by a professional photography printing lab. Metallic paper provides exceptional sharpness, brightness, and colour saturation for a three dimensional effect. The deep clarity, vivid quality and black density creates striking visual appeal with a distinctive metallic eye-catching appearance.
This image will be custom framed using a comprehensive variety of traditional timber frames, mats and glass.
Every effort has been made to accurately attempt to represent the colours of the original images. However, due to the many differences in computer screens and certain other variations, the images here should only to be taken as a guide.