Various shots of buildings and locations. Some done for work, some for fun.
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Photo taken during a mountain walk above Corvara. It was raining heavily at the time, which combined with the altitude created a rolling mist which came down the mountain and into the tree line below.
Portrait shot of an outside sauna located way up in the mountains near Corvara. The facade is old, but it has been renovated and well cared for.
Shot as part of a promotional campaign for newly build student accommodation in Glasgow. It's taken with a tripod on a long exposure. The lights passing through the frame are a bus, which made an incredible light trail. Minimal post production other than rebalancing some of the colours.
Another shot from the night shoot in Glasgow. This one is less stylised, and was to illustrate the actual accommodation, which is the focal point of the picture.
A night shot captured just before the arena actually opened for business. The shots were part of a series of photos done for a PR campaign back in 2015 and the arena used them on literature and in their gym on TVs and touch screens.
Another shot taken of the arena as part of a PR campaign. With the centre not being fully open, it gave opportunity for pictures without people walking through the frame.
A creative attempt to inject colour into what can be a fairly boring subject to shoot. Shot over a bush at the front of the building.
Shot while on holiday in the city. The light hitting the building was stunning, and originally I was going to use the colour version. Turning it black and white and boosting the contrast gave a totally different and more dramatic feel - so I chose that instead.
A daytime shot from the Glasgow student accommodation shoot. This is a more artistic shot of the windows, with the various lines in the windows and roof providing an interesting perspective.
A portrait shot of a communal table at a newly developed student accommodation scheme in Glasgow. This one is shot with available light. The composition is deliberate, allowing space for copy to be placed over the floor in the foreground.