Market Street Church

Just before Xmas I was out with Mr. Spool doing a walk around Freo and we came across this little gem with an awesome Mackerel cloud background.

There is a lot of this style of historic architecture in Fremantle and well worth a walk around if you are interested in such things.

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8 Responses to Market Street Church

  1. Ailsa says:

    Aren’t the clouds wonderful. Very nice Mark. Mr Spool and some of Gem Camera Club are going up to Karijini in May.
    What do we call you. Mr True or Mr North? 🙂

  2. Indeed they are Ailsa…you can call me Captain Creative if you like! 🙂

  3. Pete Hodgson says:

    Captains no good Mark, it’s got start with “Mr”…. Mr creative dosen’t have the same ring to it though. Your sure getting into the old HDR thing.

  4. Its just one of the tricks in the quiver mate and I like to experiment properly to explore all avenues of one trick before moving on so that a) the trick is learned properly and b) I can use it when ever i want down the track.

    I still do lots of normal compositions as well, but if I see something that lends itself to the HDR thing…I’ll have a crack.

    • Pete Hodgson says:

      Yep I’m with you on that one, I still do the same thing and shoot a series of exposures of most landscapes and buildings and sometimes it really pays off with a great HDR blend.

  5. Cool Treasure…thank you!