A winding staircase in a public admin building in Luxembourg
Texture, textures everywhere in this room, from teh green mold and peeling paint of the walls to the record player with its ornate tonearm and exquisite detailing
Colours in my photos have been rare of late, I have tended to tone images down but this one definitely needed it.
This was also edited on my new Surface Pro 3, which is starting to redefine the way I edit my photos, but I will get to that later…
The World Photography Organization just announced the shortlist for the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards. Creating a shortlist was no small feat. This year submissions swelled to a record 173,444 photographs from 171 countries. Shortlisted images will be on view at Somerset House in London from April 24th through May 10th, and Winners are announced April 23rd.
My Image “Nursery Rhymes” was shortlisted in the Low Light category
This is fresh from a post christmas outing today
although it looks like a night scene, this was a very underexposed image of a shaft of sunlight in a derelict brickworks
lots of bricks with moss and plants growing in between them just caught the light at the right time and it came out like this
One of the reasons that Star Wars doesnt look like its dated is that they took traditional looking architecture and inspiration from the native surrounds of Tunisia and then added futuristic looking doors and computer panels to this
It was actually really interesting seeing these up close, what looked like randomly attached pipes and circuit boards but when you see it on the film, it really works giving the scenes an otherworldly futuristic but also old world feel to them
More from the starwars set
this is part of the Mos Eisley set in the middle of the desert
The small hut used for part of the filming for lukes house in star wars episode IV