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Yellow | Perth

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OLYMPUS OM-D E-M5 | DRAMATIC TONE 

OLYMPUS OM-D E-M5 | DRAMATIC TONE 


OLYMPUS OM-D E-M5 | DRAMATIC TONE

The inspiration for the Street Art image series 'Yellow' originated from Perth, Western Australia's amazing, contemporary street art which can be seen in many urban areas across Perth, on street corners and outdoor parking areas. These images are part of my Street Art work, I was struck by the bold yellow tones and depicted characters.

The images were captured using an Olympus OM-D EM5 body coupled with the 12-40mm F2.8 Pro lens which is a super sharp and versatile lens, perfect for shooting street art. I love the Art Filters of the Olympus camera, especially the Dramatic Tone filters. The images were cropped a little in processing and contrast, brightness and saturation levels adjusted.

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MonochromeColour.com is a photographic centric website, there are no annoying ads, click bait or social media overload. We enjoy using Leica MFuji X or Olympus OM and look forward to any comments, feedback or suggestions. Please reach out and connect either by completing and sending our contact form or via the Instagram and Email links. We are always pleased to hear your feedback and share thoughts on photographic techniques, camera gear, lenses and accessories.


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Kaleidoscope | Perth

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OLYMPUS OM-D E-M5 | DRAMATIC TONE 


The inspiration for the Street Art image 'Kaleidoscope' originated from Perth, Western Australia's amazing, contemporary street art which can be seen in many urban areas across Perth, on street corners and outdoor parking areas. This image is part of my Street Art work, I was struck by the bold colours and geometric shapes.

The image was captured using an Olympus OM-D EM5 body coupled with the 12-40mm F2.8 Pro lens which is a super sharp and versatile lens, perfect for shooting street art. I love the Art Filters of the Olympus camera, especially the Dramatic Tone filters. The image was cropped a little in processing and contrast, brightness and saturation levels adjusted.

About Us

MonochromeColour.com is a photographic centric website, there are no annoying ads, click bait or social media overload. We enjoy using Leica MFuji X or Olympus OM and look forward to any comments, feedback or suggestions. Please reach out and connect either by completing and sending our contact form or via the Instagram and Email links. We are always pleased to hear your feedback and share thoughts on photographic techniques, camera gear, lenses and accessories.


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Street Art | Perth

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OLYMPUS OM-D E-M5 | DRAMATIC TONE 


OLYMPUS OM-D E-M5 | DRAMATIC TONE 


OLYMPUS OM-D E-M5 | DRAMATIC TONE 


The inspiration for the images entitled 'Street Art' originated from Perth, Western Australia's amazing, contemporary street art which can be seen in many urban areas accross Perth, on street corners and outdoor parking areas. 

The images were captured using an Olympus OM-D EM5 body coupled with the 12-40mm F2.8 Pro lens which is a super sharp and versatile lens, perfect for shooting street art. I love the Art Filters of the Olympus camera, especially the Dramatic Tone filters. The image was cropped a little in processing and contrast, brightness and saturation levels adjusted.

About Us

MonochromeColour.com is a photographic centric website, there are no annoying ads, click bait or social media overload. We enjoy using Leica MFuji X or Olympus OM and look forward to any comments, feedback or suggestions. Please reach out and connect either by completing and sending our contact form or via the Instagram and Email links. We are always pleased to hear your feedback and share thoughts on photographic techniques, camera gear, lenses and accessories.


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Burj Khalifa | Dubai

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FUJI X100F | RECOLOURED

The inspiration for the image entitled 'Burj Khalifa' originated from the world's tallest tower in Dubai, the legendary Burj Khalifa. What struck me most was, that despite the sheer scale and enormity of the tower, which stands at 830 meters to the tip, is the extreme attention to detail in every facet of this architectural masterpiece from the external detailing to the internal finishes, surfaces and intricate ceilings. From the top of the Burj Khalifa the buildings below take-on a surreal appearance they almost look like a carefully crafted film set which is enhanced through the re-colouring of the image in blue and grey tones to enhance the water and normalise the building colours.

This image was captured using a Fuji X100F with the help of the handy built-in digital zoom which uses the whole of the Fuji X100F sensor. The image was cropped a little more in processing and contrast, brightness and saturation levels adjusted. I also re-coloured the image in blue and grey tones to enhance the water and normalise the building colours.

About Us

MonochromeColour.com is a photographic centric website, there are no annoying ads, click bait or social media overload. We enjoy using Leica MFuji X or Olympus OM and look forward to any comments, feedback or suggestions. Please reach out and connect either by completing and sending our contact form or via the Instagram and Email links. We are always pleased to hear your feedback and share thoughts on photographic techniques, camera gear, lenses and accessories.


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