Capturing the beauty of Sydney’s architecture
Sydney is a city that is known for its stunning and sometimes unique architecture, from the iconic Opera House to the historic sandstone buildings that line its streets, such as Bridge and Hunter Streets.
As a photographer, the this city provides endless opportunities to capture the beauty of these architectural wonders. Whether you’re a professional or an amateur photographer, the diverse range of styles and designs found in Sydney’s CBD and surrounds can inspire and challenge you to create unique and captivating images.
In this article, we’ll take a photographic journey through Sydney’s architecture, highlighting some of the city’s most photogenic buildings and providing tips and techniques for capturing sometimes cliché and sometimes unique point of view photos. So, grab your camera and let’s get started.
Sydney Hospital Victorian Classical Revival Design
Sydney Hospital, Robert Brough Memorial Fountain. Related information on wikipedia.org/wiki/Sydney_Hospital
Hyde Park Barracks Museum
Hyde Park Barracks Museum. A Sydney Landmark Building. Georgian Style Architecture. Contrasting with Sydney Tower.
Related information on mhnsw.au/visit-us/hyde-park-barracks/
Sydney Observatory Building Architecture in Italianate style
Sydney Observatory is a heritage-listed meteorological and astronomical observatory facility. Located on Observatory Hill at Upper Fort Street, near upper Rocks area.
Related information on maas.museum/sydney-observatory/mhnsw.au/visit-us/hyde-park-barracks/