7.3 FEATURE PROJECT: ANI VILLAS, ANGUILLA

Overlooking the Caribbean from a bluff on the coast of Anguilla is a stunning project designed by LHSA+DP – Lee H. Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership out of New York. Anguilla was the northernmost island of the Leeward Islands trip we made in June 2013 and I had planned to… Continue reading

7.2 WEBSITE UPDATE

While my website was slick and contemporary, I had received a number of criticisms about its structure. Expression Engine is not an easy web engine for photographers and so after some considerable research, I came to the conclusion that WordPress was the web engine of choice for photographers. I therefore… Continue reading

6.2 EPSON CHALLENGES LUMIS TO PATIENCE

Patience is a virtue. The cost of using sophisticated technology and equipment in the third world and how to deal with complications is an experience worth sharing. There is no way to shorten this story – this is the very abridged version!

I purchased an Epson 4900 ink jet printer… Continue reading

5.3 FEATURE PROJECT: HEAVEN & EARTH SPA, GRENADA

Grenada has a strong heritage rooted in Spanish, French and British colonial architectural traditions> Today the capital, St. George’s, enjoys a stronger historic tradition than most Caribbean islands. Despite the strong historic preservation movement in Grenada there is, in my opinion, some confusion over design aesthetics suitable for newly constructed… Continue reading

5.2 ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY READING LIST

Books on the topic of architectural photography have been a significant means of learning for me over the years. Limited books on the topic were available in bookshops or public libraries where I live in Trinidad and Tobago. This is by no means a definitive bibliography of literature but they… Continue reading

4.3 FEATURE PROJECT: A FEW DAYS IN WEST PALM BEACH

March 31, 2013 by Brian Lewis

In between classroom sessions with architectural Photoshop expert Chris Grey and on site architectural photographic shoots with architectural photographer Jeffrey Totaro I actually found a few moments to do some casual photography of my own. Interesting to note that I felt considerably less threatened… Continue reading