This 1940's California Bungalow is being auctioned through one of Perth's leading Western Suburbs Real Estate agents that specialises in the Claremont area. This beautifully presented original home has been seamlessly and tastefully extended to suit a modern families lifestyle requirements.
I was lucky to experience a stunning Sunset and cloud formation that made shooting the exterior of the property easy. For the front photograph, a long exposure allowed me to capture the warm glow of the internal lights and fire an off camera flash into the foliage of the tree which threatened to dominate the sky.
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This shot presented itself after finishing photographing a Claremont property that will be auctioned shortly. After capturing the golden light / money shot for the exterior of the property to be displayed on Real Estate signage and real estate websites such as reiwa.com.au i started driving home and kept looking skyward towards an increasingly colourful sky.
Quickly making a detour down to Claremont jetty knowing this light wouldn't hold out for long i managed to get about 3 or 4 minutes of beautiful warm tones as the sun set over the indian ocean. To make my night complete a lone pelican was also content taking in the spectacular Perth sunset, or perhaps he was keeping an eye on the fishermen at the end of the jetty. Either way it was a nice addition to the photo's composition and made for a nice evening taking in the Swan River.
The RAW file was processed in photoshop with slight saturation adjustments and the Nik Software colour FX pro colour contrast filter to bring out some shadow contrast of the jetty while keeping soft tones in the clouds.
On the eve of the finals a few photos of the Double Header from August 21st at Steel Blue oval, Bassendeen. Claremont Tigers Vs West Perth Falcons and Swan Districts Vs Perth Demons. Claremont pulled away in the second half for an easy win while Swan Districts were always in control vs Perth.
This weekend sees my beloved East Fremantle Sharks return to the finals to face the in form East Perth Royals while Claremont face Swan Districts for the right to advance to the WAFL grand final.
I love taking the camera into the middle of the WAFL quarter time and three quarter time breaks. Its something you don't get the opportunity to do at many sports and is a great way to capture the intensity and passion of the game through portrait style photos. When taking sports photography i always try to capture the event or game from different perspectives to offer something different from the standard freeze frame of a fast moving object or player.
Well the result didn't go the Sharks way with Claremont Tigers too classy in the end. The East Fremantle Sharks were in the game at 3/4 time only being a couple of goals down, but Claremont ran away with the game in the last quarter winning by 36 points.
Photography was difficult today as the light was constantly changing between over overcast, little bits of rain and bright sunshine. Check out the gallery online now: http://www.chrisbishopphotography.com.au/wafl---round-16---sharks-vs-tigers.html
Chris Bishop professional commercial, landscape & travel photographer based in Perth, Western Australia.