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Domestic interior photography

January 16, 2019 - A quick compilation of some of my shoots of domestic, care home and hotel interiors. Clients include Accor Hotels, Seddo...
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Article in EOS Magazine

April 21, 2016 - EOS Magazine is essential reading for Canon users, and many of the articles are useful for professional and amateur phot...
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Birmingham Central Library

February 22, 2016 - Taken with a 5 x 4 large format film camera early in 2013, just before dawn, this is a view which won't be seen again....
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Private house

June 30, 2014 - Recent commission for Lloyd-Thomas architects: private residence, Warwickshire
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Birmingham Central Library

March 09, 2014 - Some images of the new(ish) library taken this afternoon. Couldn't waste the weather... and one from the evening as well...
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Perspective Correction Photoshop

January 29, 2014 - These images were taken using a 17mm Canon TS-E lens. At the time of writing, Nikon's widest angle shift lens is 24mm, s...
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Effects of using shift lens

January 23, 2014 - I previously showed diagrams of how to set up a camera with a shift lens. These illustrations show the results. Again, t...
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Ancient but beautiful large format camera

January 15, 2014 - Having put up a post about the principles of a shift lens, using the manual to my ancient MPP large format camera, I tho...
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Principle of Shift Lens

January 09, 2014 - This diagram, from the handbook to my 50+ year old MPP 5x4 camera, neatly illustrates the use of a shift lens to overcom...
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