Posts Tagged ‘Edinburgh’

Getting the light right

Getting the light right

Here’s a selection of a few images taken in the last year. Natural light is what I want to highlight here, the importance of getting the light right to photograph a building and how it’s key in pretty much every photo I take. Photos show an image from a range of projects commissioned during 2019 ranging in scale from a small house extension in Dumfries & Galloway to the ‘Three Graces’ on Liverpools waterfront.

Architectural photography slideshow

Architectural photography slideshow

Many of the images in the following slideshow can be seen within the individual jobs within the Architecture menu of this site. Here is a selection of images which reflect the variety of projects I have been involved with photographing and documenting over the last few years. I try to regularly update a show reel […]

'Dead Calm' blurring & in-between boundaries  - review, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Edinburgh

‘Dead Calm’ blurring & in-between boundaries – review, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Edinburgh

Jean-Marc Bustamante is a senior French artist and major figure in the international art world. His direct vision is both playful and refined. This review of Dead Calm at The Fruitmarket Gallery was first published on Interface 1st April 2011.