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How to photograph ruins

How to photograph ruins

Jeremy Walker’s love affair with photographing ruins and their histories has run parallel to his career as one of the UK’s most revered landscape photographers. He first mooted the idea of publishing his ‘ruins’ series over ten years ago, and has repeated his intentions at regular intervals ever since, so to see this body of work so lovingly compiled in his new book, Landscape , a panoramic coffee table book into which he’s poured so much heart and soul, is very rewarding. Read on for Jeremy’s insights into how to get better photographs of ruins… St Mary’s Church, Tintern, Monmouthshire Nikon D810, 19mm PC-E, 1.3 seconds at f/11, ISO 64 ‘Hanging around in hail storms, researching in the rain, and generally just waiting, no matter what the conditions, is all part of being a landscape photographer,’ he says. ‘The occasions when you just turn up, witness a great sunrise […]

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