Glasgow in Bits is an on-going project where I document the often neglected aspects of architecture in and around Glasgow. Derelict buildings, small architectural details, textures, shapes, graffiti and Glasgow’s unloved back streets will all be included. The photographs will be varied in style and scope but will highlight the little details scattered around the city the come together to create the city as a whole.
I feel I am finally getting to grips with my transition from my Nikon d7100 to my mirrorless Fujifilm xt2 and decided to take a walk to the financial district in the city centre of Glasgow. There are some pretty modern buildings in this area, however, most are probably between twenty and thirty years old and there are no such things as a sky scraper (New York or London it is not!) but it is definitely checking out this area.Read More
One of my favourite functions on the Fuji x-t2 is the ability to change image size on the fly. In most circumstances I shoot the standard 3:2 ratio but the ability to quickly jump between 3:2, 16:9 and 1:1 is a great little function.Read More
I don't often venture to the Southside of the city but I decided to take a wander down Tradeston way, just across the Clyde. For urban and urbex photographers there i=are some great locations on offer.Read More
Every time a new smartphone is released it is inevitable there is going to be some sort of hullaballoo about the quality of camera attached to it. I recently bought the new Huawei P20, not the top of the range three lensed P20 Pro, but it’s slightly cheaper, two lensed sibling.Read More
Anyone who sees my work would surely know that I am a sucker for shapes and composition. Truth be told it is often the shapes with in image that attracts to taking the photo in the first place.Read More
Abstracts is small selection of my favourite imagery (mostly) taken during my walks around Glasgow in the last year. I hope the ebook highlights the inspiration I find in architecture, abstraction, geometry and minimalism. The ebook is gentle mix of all of these styles and may well help the reader discover the joys of this style of photography.
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Having never been to The Briggait until a couple of weeks ago, I have now visited no less than three times in the space of fourteen days and my latest trip there was to photograph Chantal Allan (Warped Textiles). Chantal creates fabrics for soft furnishings and accessories and is inspired by nature and maths, especially geometry.Read More