International Photography Awards

November 16, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

Delighted to receive recognition at the International Photography Awards for my project: A deeper perspective.

 


Situation

July 29, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

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SituationSituation

Please make the journey to check out my exhibition in partnership with the talented Steve Smith.

 

 


Happisburgh Rockpool, Norfolk.

July 06, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

 

Happisburgh Rockpool, Norfolk,UK.

www.richardfraserphotography.co.uk/monochrome

I really should get some wellies. After wading in, in the knowledge that my feet and trousers would get soaked, I stood there waiting for the camera to do its thing. For some reason a 2am start and soaking clothes just seems worth it. There was a real lack of colour in the sky this morning, so I quickly began to think about making some mono images like this and some neutral images for my upcoming exhibition in July.

 

Image info

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30 seconds @ f|16

iso 50

17-40mm f/4 L @ 24mm

0.6 nd grad

tripod

shutter release cable

 

 


Cavaleri Partnership | St John's College School

April 18, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

Really excited to be asked to make some images of St John's College School for Cavaleri Partnership. This school has a rich history attached to it - the famous choir who walk across to the college board here during term time.

Here's a taster of the results...

 

Architectural Photography by Richard FraserArchitectural Photography by Richard FraserImages made for Cavaleri Partnership.


production | commissioned project

December 23, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

I'm very exctied to show this wip project for a client who has commissioned from me, a series of 10-15 large prints to hang.

The brief is to follow an industrial theme. I have focussed on the units, buildings and locations involved in production of goods.

 

 

The UK is the sixth largest economy in the world measured in terms of GDP and 8th largest measured by purchasing power. Around 24% of the working population are employed as a direct result of manufacture.

 

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