There are plenty of people who would suggest that you can't shoot architecture with a 35mm and you need a 24mm or wider. I used to be in that camp too some extent but I have found that with a shift lens on a full frame body you can do a lot with a 35mm… Continue reading Architecture with the Zeiss 35mm PC-D
As per my last post, I'm expanding on the Little Chef thing. Also, I'd really appreciate feed back and thoughts on this post, and the project it is about. Little chef is a bit of an institution in the UK, as a Kid I loved the bright red roadside diners an always looked out for… Continue reading Little Chef Road Trip Pt II
The montage below is a number of images taken for the HFM architects website of a new office suite we have recently completed. The while space is clad with a translucent panel which gives a lovely airy feel to the space which I tried to capture. The images were taken on a Sony A7r, and using a second… Continue reading Work
My wife and I have an affinity for Piers due to our work with Hastings Pier trust. Last weekend, we visited Clevedon Pier on the way to the southwest. It's absolutely lovely and no surprise that it's the UK's only Grade I listed pier. Just a few snaps from there...
My wife and I visited the South-West of England over the weekend past and one of the places we took in, albeit far too briefly was Wells Cathedral. As a student of architectural photography I was only too aware that one of the most famous early 20th century architectural photographs - 'A Sea of Steps' was… Continue reading A Sea of Steps
We visited the revamped and revitalised Hastings Pier on Saturday. This was a rewarding experience as my wife was a trustee for a couple of years and I was a core volunteer. We both contributed to setting up the shop and providing it's best selling product and my wife was key in appointing the design… Continue reading A Walk on the New Hastings Pier
Amazing scaffold at the Tate.
Latest addition to the ongoing series on empty buildings in London. This, the first for this winter, is in the Hoxton area of London, a building which must be worth a fortune yet has been empty for ages. Personally, I was drawn by the green fluorescent light in the building on the left and the way it contrasts… Continue reading Darkitecture VI