Award winning architecture photography for Blythe & Watchorn Builders

Congratulations to Blythe & Watchorn Builders for winning Apartment of the Year at the recent HIA Awards in Tasmania.

I have been photographing their building and renovation projects for a few years now and it is always a shared pleasure when a client wins an award with photography I have done for them.

 

Loic has been taking pictures of our projects for both award entries and advertising purposes for the last three years.

He manages to capture the best aspects of our work time and time again.

We have won several awards using his images and are always thrilled with the pictures that he has taken for us.

Rob Watchorn

 

Here are some of the images of the winning project:

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Hobart dawn and sunrise

By Loic Le Guilly

Got up early this morning to photograph Hobart at dawn from Mount Wellington.

What a beautiful place I live in !

The temperature was a mild 15° but it got chilly very quickly as the wind was quite strong.
Hobart, the Tasman Bridge, the Derwent River and the Tasman Peninsual in the distance
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image of Hobart at dawn shot from Mount Wellington

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Sandy Bay, the Derwent River and the Tasman Peninsula in the distance
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Hobart sunrise from Mt Wellington

 

Kingston and Bruny Island in the distance
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Kingston and Bruny Island in the distance

aurora australis photograph

Aurora australis in Hobart… what a show !

I was lucky enough to witness and photograph this stunning aurora australis in Hobart on July 15, 2012. The aurora australis is often called southern light. The phenomenon happens when particles carried by solar winds hit the Earth’s atmosphere.

This is my first attempt at capturing an aurora and I didn’t think I’d get such an awesome result. And thanks to the little clouds that add a bit of extra movement to the image.

A big thank you to Colin Terry for allowing me to take these photos on his camera while I’m still waiting on my D800 to arrive !

aurora australis photograph

This one is 2 images stitched together so I could get more of the Milky Way in the frame.

aurora australis and milky way from Hobart, Tasmania

A comment from an Icelandic friend :
“Extremely nice! I have seen northern lights more often than I can remember… hundreds of times for sure, but only a few of those have stuck in my memory. One of which was a red burning sky, but this one you have caught, is absolutely fantastic in it’s colours, and the black sky and the milky way make it all the better.”

Prints

Prints are available for purchase.  Just contact me with your details.

As a guide a 20×30 inch canvas printed, mounted and delivered to Australia is AU$360 (for other countries contact me for a quote).
The same size printed on lustre paper (not mounted or framed is $150.
The canvas print is made with Epson archival inks on Hahnemühle Fineart Canvas (400gm). A beautiful print.

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