Architecture Portfolio

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Architecture Images

A selection of architectural images; in this context, I use architecture as to meaning external design and appearence, whereas I refer to rooms, furniture, etc as ‘interior’. Architecture, by my definition, includes any buildings, so you may see some of my pictures classified as both architecture and landscape; there are also a number of images taken at weddings.

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  • The Long Gallery at Sudbury Hall

    The Long Gallery at Sudbury Hall

    7th May, 2015

    A view down the Long Gallery at Sudbury Hall, taken using a 14-24 mm f/2.8 lens at the low end of the focal range in order to exaggerate the length of this room.

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  • The Ballroom Roof at Kedleston Hall

    The Ballroom Roof at Kedleston Hall

    7th March, 2015

    A beautiful symmetric view looking directly up at the ballroom roof of Kedleston Hall, located a few miles north-west of Derby.

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  • The Lay Brothers' Refectory

    The Lay Brothers’ Refectory

    25th October, 2014

    This was an image taken at the venue of a musical event held at Fountains Abbey, and looks away from the event along the far end of the Lay Brothers' Refectory.

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  • The Ruins of Fountains Abbey

    The Ruins of Fountains Abbey

    25th October, 2014

    This is a eight second exposure looking down the ruins of Fountains Abbey at night, during a night-time musical event when the abbey was floodlit.

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  • Old John in Darkness

    Old John at Night

    11th January, 2014

    This image shows an example of painting with light, and is a capture of the folly Old John in Bradgate Park, Leicestershire. The park was the ancestral seat of the Grey family until 1928, when it was given 'to be preserved in its natural state for the quiet enjoyment of the people of Leicestershire'.

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  • Last Light at the Pepperpot

    Last Light at the Pepperpot

    6th August, 2013

    For this landscape, I had set my camera to ISO 100 for a five second exposure at f/22, to allow to properly expose for the kind of light levels I was seeing in the sky. Quite by chance, an unknown someone was wandering across St. Catherine's Down and stood in my camera's field of view.

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