Dark Mofo – Ogoh Ogoh and fears burning

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Where: Dark Park, Macquarie Point, Hobart, Tasmania

When: 18 June 2017

Equipment: Canon 70D with a Canon 18-135mm lens

Photo details: ISO 6400, 42mm, f/4.5, 1/160 sec

Editing: Minor editing in Lightroom Classic CC

Notes: Ogoh Ogoh Burning marks the end of the Dark Mofo celebrations. This time they burned a Tasmanian Tiger full of everyone’s darkest thoughts and fears… Us Canon Collective gang got there early to snag front row positions!

Dark Mofo – Ogoh Ogoh Collapse

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Where: Dark Park, Macquarie Point, Hobart, Tasmania

When: 18 June 2017

Equipment: Canon 70D with a Canon 18-135mm lens

Photo details: ISO 1250, 35mm, f/4.5, 1/200 sec

Editing: Minor editing in Lightroom Classic CC

Notes: Ogoh Ogoh Burning marks the end of the Dark Mofo celebrations. This time they burned a Tasmanian Tiger full of everyone’s darkest thoughts and fears… Us Canon Collective gang got there early to snag front row positions!

Dark Mofo – Ogoh Ogoh burning

Playing catch up here with what was on my Instagram. Remember to follow me there or Facebook to keep up to date with my adventures!

Where: Dark Park, Macquarie Point, Hobart, Tasmania

When: 18 June 2017

Equipment: Canon 70D with a Canon 18-135mm lens

Photo details: ISO 100, 135mm, f/5.6, 1/20 sec

Editing: Minor editing in Lightroom Classic CC

Notes: Ogoh Ogoh Burning marks the end of the Dark Mofo celebrations. This time they burned a Tasmanian Tiger full of everyone’s darkest thoughts and fears… Us Canon Collective gang got there early to snag front row positions!

Dark Mofo – Ogoh Ogoh lit

Playing catch up here with what was on my Instagram. Remember to follow me there or Facebook to keep up to date with my adventures!

Where: Dark Park, Macquarie Point, Hobart, Tasmania

When: 18 June 2017

Equipment: Canon 70D with a Canon 18-135mm lens

Photo details: ISO 1250, 35mm, f/4.5, 1/100 sec

Editing: Minor editing in Lightroom Classic CC

Notes: Ogoh Ogoh Burning marks the end of the Dark Mofo celebrations. This time they burned a Tasmanian Tiger full of everyone’s darkest thoughts and fears… Us Canon Collective gang got there early to snag front row positions!

Dark Mofo – Parade party

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Where: Dark Park, Macquarie Point, Hobart, Tasmania

When: 18 June 2017

Equipment: Canon 70D with a Canon 18-135mm lens

Photo details: ISO 5000, 67mm, f/5.0, 1/60 sec

Editing: Minor editing in Lightroom Classic CC

Notes: Ogoh Ogoh Burning marks the end of the Dark Mofo celebrations. This time they burned a Tasmanian Tiger full of everyone’s darkest thoughts and fears… Us Canon Collective gang got there early to snag front row positions!

These guys were part of the parade that accompanied the Ogoh Ogoh to the park. They had a noisy machine and were grooving out to it big time. Very fun to watch!

Dark Mofo – Ogoh Ogoh Burning

Playing catch up here with what was on my Instagram. Remember to follow me there or Facebook to keep up to date with my adventures!

Where: Dark Park, Macquarie Point, Hobart, Tasmania

When: 18 June 2017

Equipment: Canon 70D with a Canon 18-135mm lens

Photo details: ISO 6400, 85mm, f/5.6, 1/200 sec

Editing: Minor editing in Lightroom Classic CC

Notes: Ogoh Ogoh Burning marks the end of the Dark Mofo celebrations. This time they burned a Tasmanian Tiger full of everyone’s darkest thoughts and fears… Us Canon Collective gang got there early to snag front row positions!

Dark Mofo – last sunset and the Amarna

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Where: Amarna installation, MONA, Tasmania

When: 14 June 2017

Equipment: Canon 70D with a Canon 18-135mm lens

Photo details: ISO 200, 24mm, f/11, 1/8 sec

Editing: Minor editing in Lightroom Classic CC

Notes: The day I did both a sunrise and sunset shot. Well, attempted sunset shot. The sun didn’t want to play, and it clouded in at the wrong moment. Still had good company with the other photographers who showed up for the Canon Collective event.

Dark Mofo – not so sunset at Amarna

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Where: Amarna installation, MONA, Tasmania

When: 14 June 2017

Equipment: Canon 70D with a Canon 18-135mm lens

Photo details: ISO 100, 18mm, f/22.0, 6 secs

Editing: Minor editing in Lightroom Classic CC

Notes: The day I did both a sunrise and sunset shot. Well, attempted sunset shot. The sun didn’t want to play, and it clouded in at the wrong moment. Still had good company with the other photographers who showed up for the Canon Collective event.

Dark Mofo – Sunset and Amarna

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Where: Amarna installation, MONA, Tasmania

When: 14 June 2017

Equipment: Canon 70D with a Canon 18-135mm lens

Photo details: ISO 100, 18mm, f/3.5, 8 secs

Editing: Minor editing in Lightroom Classic CC

Notes: The day I did both a sunrise and sunset shot. Well, attempted sunset shot. The sun didn’t want to play, and it clouded in at the wrong moment. Still had good company with the other photographers who showed up for the Canon Collective event.

Dark Mofo – last Siren Call sunrise

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Where: Purdon & Featherstone Reserve, Battery Point, Tasmania

When: 14 June 2017

Equipment: Canon 70D with a Canon 18-135mm lens

Photo details: ISO 100, 18mm, f/3.5, 1/40 sec

Editing: Minor editing in Lightroom Classic CC

Notes: Canon Collective inspired me to climb out of bed at a ridiculous hour in the middle of winter to watch the sun rise and listen to the Siren’s Call. The Siren’s Call was a eery but beautiful tune that was broadcast through hundreds of speakers placed all around Hobart each sunrise and sunset throughout Dark Mofo.