As much as I love shooting landscapes, industrial photography is a lot of fun and a great excuse to travel too. Recently I was asked to shoot a power station construction project in The Pilbara. The cool thing about this power station is that the heat generated from gas turbines, is recycled and captured to create electricity from a steam turbine – this is called the Heat Recovery Steam Generator. If that’s a bit technical, it just means this power station is really efficient!
An image from the early morning aerial shoot in an R44 – thanks to Pilbara Helicopters
I’m back in the office this week after a quick trip to WA’s Pilbara. A sensational week photographing industrial projects, a million acre station, a spot of heli mustering and the stunning Karijini National Park. More images coming soon!