Photographing Our Architectural History
We are blessed with the most amazing historical record of buildings in South Wales and the UK, a perfect subject for any photographer. This selection of photographs focuses on traditional and new homes and buildings rather than castles and includes such museums as St Fagan's in South Wales.
The evolution of our homes from buildings shared with animals up to the modern glass dominated designs has been quite fantastic. The shape, colour and tecture of urban architecture can be beautiful to photograph. Images of both old and new buildings tell a story about the location.
Many of the featured images are of buildings in South Wales and, in particular Cardiff and Pontypridd. In Cardiff, many of the buildings are iconic with the beautiful Portland stone buildings around the National Museum of Wales or the stunning Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay.
This selection attempts to take photographs that are more abstract that just the more typical shot, focusing on specific features or using light and shadow to emphasise certain features.
All the photographs in this collection can be purchased as images to download, as prints or even for display (framed, canvas, etc).
Paul Fears is a Commercial and Industrial Photographer based in South Wales and often works on projects photographing house builds, extensions and renovations. For more information, please contact Paul on:
Tel: 07909 103789
Via the website