There are times when expensive lighting, tripods and extension cables just aren’t necessary. A little fill-in flash and an occasional flash pop are all you need to use to get a well-balanced image. To expose the room *and* the view outside, set your exposure for the view through the window, then use your flash to […]
Another shot from the recent St Pauls marketing shoot, this time showing the stunning ceiling above the quire. What can I say, it’s breathtaking! One of the things I love so much about this sort of work is meeting people who work in the places where I shoot, and getting to see parts of buildings […]
Both these shots were taken during stormy weather in Cornwall, in the south west of England. Wheel Coates is a disused tin mine, with ruins dating back to the late 1800s. The ruin in these shots used to house the engine and pump that kept the main 180m shaft dry.
The ‘Whispering Gallery’ set in the dome of St Paul’s Cathedral is one of it’s principle tourist attractions. The accoustics are remarkable. Setting up in the gallery, early in the morning, and before the public arrived it felt like a vast space, with the onion-shape of the dome above giving glimpses of another balcony far […]
Hadrian’s Wall, built on the orders of the Roman emperor Hadrian, marked the northern border of the Roman Empire in the UK. Shot in the summer of 2017.
The Old Church in Amsterdam’s red-light district is a massive building with plenty of space and a feeling of tranquility. In one corner was a floor-to-ceiling white curtain forming a spiral shape. This shot was taken looking straight up at the ceiling.