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The Old Fremantle Power Station: Exterior View Looking North at 4:30am, Jan 8, 2012 by John Warkentin

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John Warkentin John Warkentin
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0.27 Gigapixels
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Date added
May 02, 2012
Date taken
Jan 08, 2012
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8 Col x 3 Row x 3 Shot Bracket Pano Shot with Canon 7D and Canon 135mm L F2 Lens
1 to 15 sec in 2 stop increments for the top row
.5 to 8 sec for the middle and bottom rows
F2.8 and ISO 800
Image Size: 23,586 x 11,604 pixels = 261 Megapixels

Unfortunately as it was so dark out I had a very hard time getting a focus point on the building. In the end, the sharp zone of focus ended up being on the fence in front, near the middle of the building. With an aperture of F2.8 at 135mm on a APS-C sensor, camera this just didn't allow for much depth of field.

The Heritage Council of WA states:

South Fremantle Power Station is a former coal-fired electric power generating installation. The surviving Main Building, now stripped of all plant, equipment and services, remains aesthetically significant; the building demonstrates the strong expression of a structure specifically designed for an industrial process. It was the second and largest purpose-built thermal power station in Western Australia.


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