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
This is the former little chef site where Paul Graham made this image from his A1 series. The Little Chef itself has been demolished within the last few years and the petrol station forecourt enlarged so it's not possible to re-photograph the view which is slightly disappointing in the context of my current photo project.
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
This post is sort of an odd one, at least compared to other recent posts. It's just a couple of shots that showcase a Contax lens. Earlier this week I was at a shopping mall the architectural practice I work for has been amending over the last couple of years. They demonstrate how the Sony… Continue reading A Mall with the Zeiss 18mm
I know it's been too quiet around here lately, life has caught up with me on a number of levels over the last little while and I've just not had the energy to dedicate to photography or blogging. Thankfully we managed a really great holiday in France & Spain over the last couple of weeks.… Continue reading A Simple Pleasure!
This is the Bar and living room in our new seaside holiday rental in Hastings which is finally taking shape! Bith shot with the Sony A7r using Canon TS-E glass, the upper one with the Wonderful 17mm and the other using the much maligned, but in my experience (Good copy?) pretty decent 45mm. … Continue reading Bar