The Asylum #2

Another shot of the Asylum chapel from a slightly closer viewpoint to the 'alter'   Click the arrow for the full 360 experience!

By | February 20th, 2013|Blog, Featured, Panoramas|1 Comment

The Asylum

Through the random nature of the internet I came across this location The Asylum. It's a chapel in a converted almshouse complex fairly near to where I live. The name is somewhat misleading as I don't believe that the location was ever an actual 'asylum' for the insane. I shan't repeat the history from the owners website, everything you need to know about [...]

By | February 10th, 2013|Blog, Featured, London, Panoramas, UK|8 Comments

Wistman’s Wood Panorama

My friend Jeremy and I generally meet up over New Year for a camera walk as our relatives both reside close to each other. I think that the last two years we have gone to Wistman's as its a safe bet for decent pictures. The weather during the morning when we met was not good [...]

By | December 27th, 2012|Blog, Devon, Featured, Panoramas, UK|2 Comments

Viveca’s Exhibition at The Robert Phillips Gallery

My Girlfriend Viveca has recently had her first exhibition with her Mum Esta and her friend Elaine Coles at the Robert Phillips Gallery in Walton-on-Thames. For those of you who were unable to attend there are a few panoramas below so you can have a look at the work on display. It was great to [...]

By | September 23rd, 2012|Blog, Featured, Panoramas|1 Comment

ECVB Panorama Collection

I posted this pano at the weekend on a pano Facebook page and a few people pointed out stitching errors that I'd not noticed previously, so I decided to have another go at it.After looking at the original I have to agree with them. This was one of the very first panorama images that I [...]

By | September 5th, 2012|Belgium, Blog, Featured, Industrial, Overseas, Panoramas, Urban Exploration|5 Comments

Dakhla Attitude #2

Here's the camp (cheap seats) at Dakhla Attitude, I think that these may have been replaced by proper brick chalets this year. Although that accommodation was somewhat sparse, it suited me down to the ground, simple and adequate, after all all I did here was sleep. Once I found out where the drafts were coming [...]

By | September 1st, 2012|Blog, Featured, Morocco, Overseas, Panoramas|0 Comments

Private Residence #2 Kitchen

Here's the super-slick kitchen at the WixonGibbs home. All the fittings are top class along with the finish. This room would be unrecognisable from twelve months ago. all the walls have been removed and replaced with a large airy open plan kitchen and living area.    

By | August 7th, 2012|Blog, Featured, London, Panoramas, UK|1 Comment

Private Residence #2

My friend Jeremy asked me to come and shoot a few images at a project his wife had been working on for some time. She's an ace interior designer. This is one of the first places that she has worked on in a minimalist fashion. The images that I'm going to put up really don't [...]

By | August 6th, 2012|Blog, Featured, London, Panoramas, UK|1 Comment

Urbex Palace – How Not to Create a 360 Panorama

This was one of the highlights of the recent trip to Italy. I knew after seeing several images of this room that it would be awesome to create a 360 here. I wasn't going to post this image as I'm not happy with it on SO many levels, but decided in the end that it [...]

London City Panorama

With the sun setting later and later as summer draws closer its becoming increasing frustrating to get out and do some night shooting. I ventured out to The City last night to have a play and shoot a few panoramas and have a bit of an explore without the hustle and bustle of all the [...]

By | May 27th, 2012|Blog, Featured, London, Panoramas, UK|3 Comments

Residential Panorama No2

I was recently invited to take some photos of a rather unusual residence close to where I live by The Transmitter, our local magazine. Andy introduced me to Laura the home owner and we arranged a meet. I'd seen pictures of Laura's place on the internet, its an underground converted Victorian WC. This obviously piqued [...]

By | May 26th, 2012|Blog, Featured, London, Panoramas, UK|4 Comments

UE Palace – The Acid House

Here's one of the most colourful rooms in the UE Palace, its totally bonkers as I am sure you can see. I have no idea what the designers were on when they came up with this Moorish influenced room, but I'll have a pint of whatever they were on please! The image was quite hard [...]

New Forest Church

This weekend I spent the Bank Holiday in The New Forest with my Mum, On Sunday we went for a lovely walk, about 8 miles. The weather was great and despite initially heading out with waterproofs we both ended up lightly dressed. I wanted to shoot a couple of churches that I had been to [...]

By | May 9th, 2012|Blog, Featured, Panoramas, The New Forset|2 Comments

Balestrino Abandoned Village – External

As you can see the weather was lovely in the village, blue skies and sun for a change. It was great to wander around without the worry of being quiet, getting caught or falling down any holes.   The village is mostly intact, nothing remains in the houses although the spaces are quite [...]

Balestrino – Abandoned Church

The third day of our trip was a treat - an abandoned village on the side of a hill. After a little confusion we found the right place. RoamnyWG and I had different locations in mind, I'd found a different village to him! The weather was great, lovely and sunny and the small village contained [...]

The Alma – Crystal Palace

We have a newly renovated watering hole in Crystal Palace - The Alma. Viveca and I were keen to try the pub out soon after it opened and were very happy with the turn around from the previous version. The new owner Stephen Boyd has done a great job in renovating and decorating the property [...]

By | March 11th, 2012|Blog, Featured, London, Panoramas, UK|3 Comments

Royal Exchange and Bank in The City Of London

This is the image that I went out on Sunday to capture. There's not much to say about it apart from I'm very happy. It's a testament to planning really, I knew what I wanted, where to shoot and that there would be little in the way of either pedestrian or vehicular traffic at night [...]

By | March 7th, 2012|Blog, Featured, London, Panoramas, UK|2 Comments

London Wall At Night

I've been pining to get out and shoot some images over the last week or two. Trawling through past shots and discovering images that I've not jet processed is fun, but no substitute for getting out there and pressing the shutter release button. I think there is some excitement in getting home and sticking that [...]

By | March 6th, 2012|Blog, Featured, London, Panoramas, UK|5 Comments

Atlas Hotel Casablanca

Here's the external area at The Atlas Hotel in Casablanca. Its not the best hotel in the world, but close to the airport so convenient. My room was clean and functional, so I was happy to lay my bags down and stay a couple of nights.  

By | February 26th, 2012|Blog, Featured, Morocco, Overseas, Panoramas|1 Comment

Reims – Iemza, Street Art

On the way back from Luxembourg we detoured through France to visit a derelict industrial compound that was due to be flattened. there were still a few buildings left, this one in particular held what we had come to see. The artist of the insect like beings is IEMZA. There's a lot of work gone [...]

Filter House Gallery – Panorama

Just outside Sheffield is a disused filterhouse, it's a haven for creatives and their excellent art. I was lucky enough to meet one of the artists here as he was working on a new piece. It's over six months since I've been here and was amazed to see that the walls have changed - such [...]

By | February 6th, 2012|., Blog, Featured, Industrial, Panoramas, Sheffield, Street Art, UK|1 Comment

Cotehele Quay

Cotehele Quay is on the River Tamar and was once a busy transit and freight quay, market gardeners sent their wares to Plymouth from here and no doubt the local mines will have also used it. The quay and area in general is dotted with lime kilns. The lime would have been used in agriculture [...]

By | February 1st, 2012|Blog, Cornwall, Devon, Featured, Panoramas, UK|4 Comments

Notre Dame de Lourdes – Casablanca

Back to Morocco and a rather nice 360. I specifically went to the cathedral to capture this image. I'd seen interiors shots of the cathedral before but not a full 360 and certainly not an HDR 360. As you can hopefully see its a pretty impressive structure from the inside, outside is rather more mundane. [...]

By | January 25th, 2012|Blog, Featured, Morocco, Overseas, Panoramas, Uncategorized|3 Comments

Cotehele House – Ornamental Pond

Above the house is an ornamental pond, its a really nice spot in the summer with plenty of fish in the water, however they all seem to be in hiding and I didnt see any at all on this day. Maybe they were keeping warm!   I've had a few people ask how [...]

By | January 10th, 2012|Blog, Cornwall, Featured, Panoramas|1 Comment

National Trust – Cotehele Courtyard #2

The present house was built between 1485 and 1539 during the reigns of Richard III, Henry VII and Henry VIII. Sir Richard Edgcumbe, was rewarded for his loyalty to Henry Tudor at the Battle of Bosworth (the battle was in 1485), started to completely remodel the original 13th century property. Following Richard Edgcumbe's death 4 [...]

By | January 7th, 2012|Blog, Cornwall, Featured, Panoramas, Uncategorized|1 Comment

National Trust House – Cotehele Courtyard #1

Local to where my Mum lives is a beautiful National Trust house.I've been going here for over 20 years, well before I had an interest in photography. The house was built around 1485 and is one of the least changed Tudor buildings in the UK. I took the opportunity to check it out again over [...]

By | January 4th, 2012|Blog, Featured, Panoramas|4 Comments

Casablanca – Hassan II Mosque

I've been a bit lazy and taken the info below from Wikipedia, but suffice is to say the mosque is a sight to behold - massive and intricate, built in only six years, it stands on reclaimed land, King Hassan declared that the throne of Allah was on water and therefore that is where the [...]

By | December 7th, 2011|Blog, Featured, Morocco, Panoramas, Uncategorized|5 Comments

Morocco – Dakhla Attitude #1

Over the last week I have had the good fortune to go on holiday and indulge myself in a little kitesurfing in Morocco. Suffice is to say that I had an excellent time and really enjoyed the break. I'll add a few more images and hopefully some cool 360s over the coming week or so [...]

By | December 5th, 2011|Blog, Featured, Morocco, Panoramas|1 Comment

Panorama – Trafalgar Square

First stop on my walk - Traflagar Square. This was another challenge to process - so many people in the shot, all moving across the view, somewhat fiddly to sort out, but I did the best I could to mask out the people.   I've not been posting as much as I would [...]

By | October 20th, 2011|Featured, Panoramas|3 Comments

London – Westminster Bridge

Another pano from the same evening as the previous post. This on the whole was easier to process, however masking the cars and vans in PTGui was a real chore, flipping between images to see which was overlapping the other was very hard work and took over an hour to get right.   [...]

By | October 15th, 2011|Featured, London, Panoramas|2 Comments
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