This week I’m showcasing some of my favourite and most popular Brisbane City Wall Art pieces that I have captured over the past 8 years.
Since I began my photography journey over 10 years ago, I’ve captured and documented the ever-changing city skyline of Brisbane, so I thought what better time than now to showcase the Brisbane gallery. Hot tip, hit the blue titles and they will take you to the products!
Without further ado!
Shortly after the Brisbane City Council installed the new LED system on the Story Bridge I ventured out with some clients for a one-on-one workshop. As we waited for a dark and clear night sky with the rich blue lights beaming off the bridge, I discussed with my clients how I would compose and set my camera for the scene.
This image took several years to perfect! Getting perfect clear skies during winter time, with extremely calm waters across the Brisbane River from Kangaroo Point, meant for a very cold early start. The best thing about this photograph was being the only photographer around to capture it. Simply beautiful!
Coming in at third place is one of my latest photographs captured in the early morning hours just before sunrise last winter. I absolutely love the purple tones in the sky with the sun starting to illuminate the buildings with a golden hue. Making for an interesting mix of colours, this wall art looks beautiful printed, coupled with a black frame and white mat. Click here to read more about printing and framing options.
By far this image is one of the most popular Brisbane City photographs to date! This image has also travelled around the world with many local Brisbane businesses choosing to purchase the artwork as thank you for visiting/going away gifts. With clear skies, the sun was setting past Mt Cootha. I photographed this scene with additional camera filters to really accentuate the golden glow across the city.
On my birthday, I recently captured this spectacular photograph during a beautiful sunset across the newly created skyline which now incorporates One William Street and the Meriton building. I first photographed this location 10 years ago whilst I was learning photographic art and was adventuring for different and unique locations. I ended up deleting my old photographs but decided to travel back to this location to rediscover the composition. Yet to be sold, this image still makes a favourite on my list!
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Our three piece stretched canvas (also called triptych) is a popular option of the interior designers. Using the rule of thirds the canvas is broken into three pieces giving it a fresh look with a difference.
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