Freo Power Station Abstract

This composition was inspired by the great Tony Hewitt, who is a master at blended images. The shot is a blend of 4 images, one of course from the Fremantle Power station and the others are all from the Kimberley.

I am pretty happy with the result and I think the image has a nice feel to it now…hope you like it!

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6 Responses to Freo Power Station Abstract

  1. hey Mark,
    Ok – I’ll fire off first here. Whilst I see what you are aiming at and achieving here and the amount of work it probably is. I don,t think this one works for me, perhaps the rock textures on the floor are too strong ? Or selectively back of some of the colours such as the green in the reef or the graffiti ? Not sure….
    Have fun and good on you for having a crack at the concept.

    • Thanks for the comments Toneman, Andrew, Tim and Andrea. The constructive ideas are helpful in evolving with this style for sure, so thanks for that. Tim, not sure of a title really…maybe ‘altered universe’ …..’where bedlam and tranquility meet’…..’when graffiti meets nature’…..have you got a suggestion? Thanks for the arty comment Andrea!

      • Tim Wootton says:

        Don’t really know, but the reason I asked was, if you had an idea of what you were trying to achieve with the image, that would probably be reflected in the title.

  2. Andrew Brown says:

    My 2 cents. It’s well thought out and put together but I find the reflective texture at the back of the image distracting. I’d probably also opt for a plainer foreground that leads into the station, plain white sandy or shelly beach perhaps? Dunno, but like I said valid effort and conceptually, very good.

  3. Tim Wootton says:

    Well executed Mark, but what would be the title of this?

  4. Andrea Green says:

    Love how your experimenting with all of this different stuff Mark, you are becoming rather arty if I do say so.