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.
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
I spied this building down by the river when I was taking a test shot of the Casino (I still need to return and photograph it properly).
There is something about this that reminds me of New York - I think it must be the steel stairs. I only wish I had wider lens (I had to make do with my 35mm) so I could get more of the building in shot - the black and white image above is a three shot panorama.
Probably the world's best known and most visited street art destination, the East Side Gallery (ESG) is home to over 100 paintings by artists from across the globe and at approximately 1.3km in length the ESG is the longest remaining stretch of the Berlin Wall.Read More