James Kerwin Photographic
 Architecture & Travel Photography

Photography Adventure Blog

Photography doesn’t always go according to plan and of course images aren’t always perfect. This is my honest and open behind the scenes look into what I do as an architecture, adventure and travel photographer.

 
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Story behind the Imagery: Lebanon, A Paradise Lost

Lebanon is a mix of architecture styles I was targeting the places built in and around the 19th century. The “Lebanese house” was invented and built during this period and they were a world of sunshine and light, of color both subtle and vivid. The Lebanese house always though have a relationship with nature…

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Photography Series Trailer Launch - A Paradise Lost

So in April of this year, I visited the Lebanese Republic, aka Lebanon in the Middle East. This was a step into the unknown for us, but it was thoroughly rewarding.

Lebanon's diverse land of Mediterranean coastline, rugged alpine peaks, lush green valleys and unique architecture…

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A Guide To Photographing The Lost Town of Kayaköy, Turkey

This is the second blog post from the production of my new series “inhabited” which is due to take around two years to complete. In this series I take you to some of the worlds best Ghost Towns, villages and cities. The first in the series was my blog from Kolmanskop, Namibia.

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The Sanatorium Town of Tskaltubo, Georgia

Ten years ago Georgia appeared onto my travel radar for the first time. However, back whilst I was backpacking I never did get round to visiting the place back then…

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Photographing Overgrown Locations...

Abandoned locations are now super popular of course, but there are ways in which to make images stand out. And one of those is selecting to shoot overgrown buildings or subjects, when a building is overgrown it really adds something to the final image…

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