Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of signature bridge at Sydney, Australia. Firstly I would like to present the presence of the contrast between the skykline of modern buildings of Sydney and strong perspective view of classic trussed superstructure of Harbour Bridge based on 5-min long exposure in order to emphasize the contrast from the abstracted sky and sea by the long-exposure. Additionally, I would like to present not only the close distance view based on strong perspective view but also Profile View in order to complete the series of this bridge because generally architect design bridge structures, they never forget to prepare the profile view prior to various detail figures and drawings. This combination, close distance view and profile panoramic view with skyscrapers may complete the series of real bridge from the point of view of structurally and photographically.
Dr. Akira Takaue is an award-winning, fine-art photographer/architect who has won various int’l photo awards. At present, he is taking an active role as a professional photographer, curator and author, working on art & engineering projects and contributes in curating/advising photo exhibitions in commercial galleries in Tokyo and publishes various articles in domestic and int’l photographic magazines. Further, he lectures structural mechanics and aesthetic theories of architecture/ bridges and fine art photography in educational institutes, colleges and academic conferences.