As a photographer I get challenged with the same question pretty frequently. How do you photograph a landmark or building that has been photographed a million times and yet still get something different to what everybody else gets?
The answer with the Sydney Opera House whilst I was on holiday in Australia was to find myself a unique angle. Luckily there was a temporary inflatable art installation around the Opera House at the time we we’re visiting so I used that to add some interest to my foreground.
Unique picture of the Sydney Opera House nobody else will ever get… Check!
Categories: Landscape Photography, Commercial Photography