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Video: Clydebank urban and architecture photo walk

Clydebank has undergone a lot of regeneration in recent years following the decline of ship building, engineering and manufacturing industries in the area. The vast majority factories and many of the older buildings are gone and are being replaced by some sleek looking modern architecture that is worth checking out and photographing.

My youtube channel is starting to take shape. Check it out here

New photographs added to Glasgow in Bits and a wee teaser trailer video too

Added a number of new photographs to the Glasgow in Bits project here and put together a wee teaser video showing off some of the images so far… and hopefully encourage a few folks to download the pdf eBook You can download the free Glasgow in Bits eBook here. Enjoy.

Glasgow in Bits: download free photography eBook now
Glasgow in Bits - front cover.jpg

My Glasgow in Bits project has been coming together quite nicely over the last few months with new shots are been added on a regular basis.

Glasgow in Bits began life as a way of bringing together a number many disparate images that I had created during different walks around the city trying out different lenses, focal lengths, or photographic styles.

However, in recent months the project has morphed in to a kid of photographic document of Glasgow’s smaller spaces, back streets, architectural details, textures and shapes.

The city itself is always under development and the speed of change with Glasgow is remarkable. It will be interesting look back on what has changed and what has remained in the city centre in the coming years.

This is version one of the eBook and I am aiming to create new versions every six months or so - the number of photographs that I post to the website means that it can be appreciate the flow of the project. Creating the eBook is also a nice way of culling shots and building a collection of photographs to showcase the project as a whole.

Download Glasgow in Bits here

Video: Looking for Architecture and Urban Landscape Photography Locations in Glasgow

I have been trying out a number of vintage lenses recently.  Luckily, I have a very kind neighbour who has been kind enough to let me borrow a set of Olympus Zuiko lenses.

I decided to create a short video while I was checking out some possible architecture and urban landscape locations in the Charing Cross and Anderston areas of Glasgow.

Although this was a fairly short walk I was lucky enough to spot a couple of compositions that I will definitely be returning to shoot shortly…  I particularly like the last shot in this video,  what do you think?

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