I like to take a series of photos of a building or place and composite them together in Photoshop to form large panoramic photographs. But I don’t want them to blend seamlessly together. I like it much better when the exposure and angle of each photo changes naturally to exaggerate the perspective.
It’s something that I’ve developed as a personal hobby ever since seeing David Hockney use a similar technique back in the 1980s. Although I have never matched his quality I’ve continued to produce them since the mid 80s and now have well over a hundred. Digital photography and editing software has made this so much easier to do nowadays and, thus, my production has increased in recent years.
The first two photos are taken outside and inside the London Assembly Building. The third is of the Millennium Bridge. Tim