Here’s a little number – Newcastle University Urban Sciences architectural images.

Using PCE lenses I either created images that don’t have converging verticals or I created three files in which I stitched together to make a larger image that has a wider angle of view than the focal length of the lens that created each image.

Sometimes a macro focusing rail has to be used, to off-set the camera, so any parallax error can be avoided, maybe I should run a workshop on this? I recently ran a workshop on lighting and location portraiture at Newcastle College of Art and Design – there’s a few snaps from this workshop on the photography Facebook page.

Toys used on this one: Nikon D800e, 24mm PCE lens, Giotto tripod, Manfrotto geared head and Lee/Firecrest filters.