On the face of it this might have seemed like a tall order, capture the modern architecture of Plymouth in photographs. I had a draft of the article and as it happens I had recently used one of the locations the TR2 building, for a bike shoot. The bigger potential problem was Storm Katie was on the way but Friday looked good.
Some days just work, sitting across the water from the TR2 in the Plymouth dry stack Yacht Haven is a pleasant café and breakfast on this bright day seemed sublime. And the day flowed, Karin project-planned and documented the trip and off we went.
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Lunch at Royal William Yard was a delight, though I was told off for attending too much to my camera’s screen and not making conversation. These cameras get heavy and my arms were tiring by the end of the day but we had covered the story and even I was relatively happy; everything is relative isn’t it?
This morning, as promised my MANOR magazine arrived by post. Great coverage, nice words and as every beautiful layouts. MANOR is available in newsagents or you can subscibe to MANOR magazine on their website.
More images from this series are available on our architectural photography page and in a specific architectural photography folio.