Heritage Architectural Photography

Castles medieval churches etc, are typically poorly illuminated large spaces with low levels of daylight. Such interiors demand a highly skilled sympathetic lighting approach.

These man made
cavens, cry out for extensive supplementary lighting, whilst the large open spaces leave nowhere to place lights without being in the shot.

Day-time front elevation exterior of New Hardwick Hall Derbyshire Early morning view of the river Trent and  Essex bridge near Uttoxeter Interior of the medieval St John the baptist church, Tideswell The Jesse Window at St John the baptist church, Tideswell Black and White exterior of the side elevation New Hardwick Hall Derbyshire Late summers evening exterior view of Southwell Minster, Southwell, Nottinghamshire Photograph of the walk way joining the John Rylands Library to the new extension Manchester Summer daytime view of Montacute House in South Somerset Exterior of Nunney Castle in Nunney Somerset Wells Cathedral Courtyard, Wells in Somerset Interior of the medieval chancel, St John the baptist church, Tideswell Heritage_architectural_Photographers_North-West Detail of medieval ceiling  carving showing a hybrid creature, St John the baptist church, Tideswell Stain-Glass window detail showing an angel,St John the baptist church, Tideswell Interior of Wells Cathedral in Somerset Summer daytime view of Montacute House in South Somerset Medieval_architectural_Photographers_Derbyshire