Posted Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Category: Project365
License: CC-BY-NC-SA (What does this mean?)

Location:

Cathedral Place, Brisbane
General location: Australia, South-East Queensland

The Setup:

This is a plaque in Cathedral Place. The years have not been kind to the construction, which doesn't look like it was designed to weather the years.

The camera & lens:

Camera: iPhone 4
Exposure: 1/25" @ f/2.8, ISO 80 (CameraPrime)

Post processing:

Instagram - I took this on iPhone and used the Hefe filter. This one didn't do anything outlandish to the photo, just upped contrast and deepened the green and the orange in the shot.

The wash-up:

I would have tried to make this a bit more exciting - or come up with an idea earlier in the day!

What would you do?

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4 Responses to “Project365 [271/365]: Brisbane Fire Brigade Plaque”

  1. Al - brizmako@365project

    I think this is one for the DSLR and Photomatix. A little wider as an HDR and it’d pop, I reckon. Also perhaps a letter writing campaign to petition BCC to refurbish it may not go astray, either.

    I was just working through Cathedral Place with a camera the other night and I didn’t see this. Whereabouts is it there?

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    • lime

      You’re right, pop would be good. I only had Mr iPhone with me so that is what I used (I was waiting for the others for “boot camp”).

      This is at the city end, on a concrete thing. I’ll see if I can photograph it from afar for you.

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    • lime

      Here ’tis:
      [img]http://sheridantighe.smugmug.com/photos/i-dzdCCst/0/M/i-dzdCCst-M.jpg[/img]
      There’s a trianglular concrete thingy around the centre of the picture and the plaque is the circular thing in the middle of that.

      Reply

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