Looking above our normal view.  Often what is above one’s eyeline is ignored for creating images. My ceiling pictures are made by placing my camera in a purpose-built cradle on the floor. Squaring up these architectural details create these abstract and often very symmetrical patterns. By using very long exposures and small apertures, I capture as much detail as I can. Digital photography allows for images to be reviewed and checked for layout and colour balance. For outside images I want to record the way we actually see. Receding perspective lines, standing underneath a subject, looking up to the sky.

 

Always carrying a camera leads to my next premise “Everything is worth photographing”.

Pantheon ceiling, Paris.jpg
San Ignacio Church, Inglesia de la Compania, Arequipa, Peru.jpg
Kiosque des Noctambules, Louvre Metro, Paris, France
Pacific Park fun fair, Santa Monica Pier, CA. USA.jpg
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