Category Archives: architecture
I see advertisements quite frequently for property photographer/floorplanners and wonder why there is always a requirement. How difficult is it to take optimal pictures of somebody’s home? Are the beds made? Are the cupboards closed? Is the floor clear? Have … Continue reading
Professionally I use a large Canon with various lenses. However while trotting around I have started carrying my old 4mp Olympus. It’s light and enables me to grab photos quickly, in a way that my big camera obtrusively wouldn’t.
A break from my normal posting here with good reason. A friend of mine was visiting London and suggested we visit the 50 years of London architecture exhibition at the University of Westminster. I went, and to be perfectly frank … Continue reading
As a photographer I have been stopped by security men who think they have the right to stop people taking photographs in public spaces. As they represent the people who own the buildings they believe they have the right to … Continue reading
Wobbly Bridge, or to use its official name ‘Millenium Bridge’ was opened about the same time as Hungerford Bridge – two new footpaths across the Thames, the latter replacing an older and rather beaten up structure. However Millenium bridge was … Continue reading
I know that the weather in this country is the ferment of many conversation up and down the land but just occasionally it offers some great photographic opportunities- like this one when I was out recently (getting soaked) . Enjoy.
I took these photos a little while back, in Chester just as it was getting dark and the shops were shutting. It’s a great city, with a certain sense of theatre about its street design and its “rows” (two tier … Continue reading