As it's the time of year which gets a bit quiet for architectural photographers (mainly down to lack of daylight!) I thought it might be good to revisit one or two older projects for the blog. Today's example is a set of interiors of East Midlands Airport, with photography commissioned by Bam Construction. This involved some refurbished areas, mainly circulation and retail. Most of these are taken with a TS-E17 shift lens mounted on a Canon 6D - my first full frame camera, which I still use as a backup to my 5DS-R.
The image with a person walking through was taken at f16, 1/4 second to give some motion blur.