Panoramic Photography – Ultra Wide Angle Interiors

Panoramic Photography Assigments – just like buses. You don’t have one for ages then two come along all at once.
So here they are, firstly a one-off group shot of a Birmingham conference, shot from a step ladder in front of 1000 delegates (click to enlarge), and a design office interior, showing a 120 degree angle of view:


Panorama Interior Group photo - 1000 people in room

Panorama Interior Group photo – 1000 conference delgates at Birmingham Metropole Hotel event

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Panormic interior photos of a Birmingham design office, capturing over 120 degrees in the field of view




Published Work – Photography on Web

Assignment for Le Parisien magazine:

Assignment for DHL Formual E – the “Race to beijing” photos in the slideshow, shot airside at East Midlands airport:

Assignment for DHL, Rugby World Cup:
Most shots in this set are mine:

Telford Business photos in Shropshire Star

Lst week I did a shoot at plastic manufacturer Craemer in Telford – and yesterday 4 of the shots were used on the front of the Business supplement to the Shropshire start. Good to see, but a credit would have been nice…

Craemer news story with factory exterior, production line and director portrait photos

Tennis Exhibition Match with Henman and Navratilova

Shots from a doubles exhibition match with Tim Henman and Anne Keothavong against James Ward and women’s all-time great Martina Navratolova

Aegon Classic Tennis 2014

A few action photos from the 2014 final of the Aegon Classic Tennnis Tournament, one of Birmingham’s premier sporting events, for the Edgbaston Priory Club.
Ana Ivanovic from Serbia beat Czech Barbora Záhlavová-Strýcová in straight sets, 6–3, 6–2, setting her up well for the 2014 Wimbledon tournament

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