nightscapes with the new camera

Light Garden - Brisbane Festival 2014 South Bank

An evening with Steve Nieve as part of the 2014 Brisbane Festival was a great way to test out the light sensitivity chops of the Sony A6000 and its 16-50 mm lens. Here are some of the shots which include some fun reflection work courtesy of the split mirrors inside the Spiegeltent. It made for some great duplications and reverse images. The cafe shot and the first one of Steve Nieve have some light FX effects work. Otherwise, except for some cropping, the photos are as they came off the camera. I’m pretty pleased with its first outing, particularly as I’m still new to what it’s capable of.

The art installation is called Light Garden which includes occasional real smoke. We ended the evening at Champ for affogatos, just to stay on the high. 🙂

Steve Nieve - 10 Sept 2014inside the SpiegeltentThey do it with mirrors - Steve Nieve in the Spiegeltent - FX TokyoSteve Nieve - reverse mirror duplicationChamp for after-show affogatos - 10 Sept 2014

 

 

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