Concrete, straight lines, angles, shapes and reflections.These are the things that get my photography juices flowing and the monstrous 60's Brutalist Architecture really floats my boat.
In my latest images section I have added a selection of images I took at the Barbican and South Bank in London. For people like me The Barbican is a photographers paradise and the opportunity for creating abstract images are endless.
Photographically speaking, I find that the angles and shapes of the hard concrete structures compliment the reflections and patterns of the glass to make some interesting images. I also enjoy picking up on the repetitive patterns within the architecture and isolating just a small section of these concrete monsters and revealing their hidden beauty.
Above are a few of the images taken at the Barbican and surrounding area and highlight what can be achieved by tilting the camera and looking at the subject from a different perspective.
I'd really like to read your comments and thoughts. Thanks for looking, Rob