Kings Park has got to be Perth’s most popular tourist attraction. It is one of the largest inner city parks in the world, attracting millions of people each year. It showcases a large collection of flora, a place for picnics, barbeques and outdoor events. Whether you visit during the day or night, you’ll also be treated to an awesome view of Perth City and the Swan River. There’s also the Federation Walkway for visitors to walk over the tree tops in Kings Park. The War Memorial is can seen from afar when looking onto Kings Park. But it’s even more impressive up close. Fortunately it was the perfect autumn day to be photographing in Kings Park that afternoon. It wasn’t overly sunny which meant even colours. Photographically, I tried to restrict the number of photos I was taking that day. I decided to give my Fujinon 35mm f1.4 lens some love (a lens I don’t often take out, favouring the 27mm f2.8 pancake lens). I also decided to post-process my photos in Lightroom CC to take on a more muted tones look, reminiscent of the filmic look. I also experimented with ColorEfex Pro 4 for the first time (the first image of this post).
I’ll be back to posting photos from my trip to Sydney after this. Thanks for stopping by today.