I like pushing the technological advances of digital cameras, and mixing it with vintage glass from the 1960's to the 80's. The camera has been converted be sensitive to near-infrared light. I use neutral density filters and black and white post production techniques to create surreal images from structures, both derelict and occupied.
I deliver imagery for the CGI industry for my job, and this is a break from normality, and gives me the inspiration to explore other photographic ideas and processes.
AUTHOR: Ian Hunter (United Kingdom)
I am an architectural photographer. Picked up a camera when I was 6 years old, and have never put it down!
We are living in unprecedented times, and during my work, I have managed to document the effects on the Covid-19 lock down in London. The iconic landmarks of this city are usually bristling with people and life.
London in recent months has become a shell of it's former self, and I have managed to document it.
I have used tone manipulation mainly in this body of work. Most of images I have submitted have not been manipulated, and I preferred to wait for a moment rather than use the clone tool.
I hope you enjoy my images, and I am looking forward to London returning to a state of normality soon.
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