Colorful Streets of Sydney – Part 1

The Citysightseeing tour of Sydney city

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – Here are the first images from the City Sightseeing Bus Tour in Sydney I took last December.

Sydney really is the city of blinding light, with the sun shining SO BRIGHT and powerful! It feels energising and happy all around, which is why I loved taking the city tour.

My tips for everyone wanting to take photos from a moving bus as in this case is to set the camera to Shutter Priority at about 1/1000 sec or faster and to check if there is need to compensate the exposure a bit by setting it up to +1 or so.

In the meanwhile, hope you enjoy the photos :) they are in chronological order so it actually feels like taking the tour again :) xx

Part 2 & 3 coming soon! :) xx

All images taken with Canon 6D + Sigma ART 24-105

Australian stock exchange

Click for more :)sydney exchange centreGeorge street, SydneySunny blue sky and skyscrapers in the city centreSydney Apple storeOld and new architectureShopping streetsQueen Victoria BuildingSunshine over the QVB in SydneyStunning QVB architectureSydney's department store Queen Victoria BuildingClose-up of the QVB facadeshopping time in sydneyAboriginal flag tourists and loals enjoying the sunshine in the citySt Andrew's cathedralbusy Sydney streetsModern cityolder buildingsSydney Grammar schoolthe australian museumtrees and the citywharfskyline from across the bay

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