James Kerwin Photographic
 Architecture & Travel Photography

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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.

 
Posts tagged Georgia
The Remote Region of Shatili and Mutso, Georgia

Beautiful Shatili is located deep in the Arghuni gorge sitting at around 1,400 metres above sea level, the village is a unique complex of medieval to modern fortresses which look extremely unique - an outstanding part of Georgian heritag. The region was at the top end of a road well into the mountains, but not as dangerous as the road to Tusheti…

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A LOCATION INDEPENDENT PHOTOGRAPHERS WORKING GUIDE

You read a lot online about being a “digital nomad” these days, but not quite as much about being a photographer that works remotely and constantly. So, I thought I would write a few things down in a HUGE blog about this, as it has now been six months to the day since I left home…

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Wide Angle Lenses - 4 Challenges To Overcome

When it comes to architecture photography a wide-angle lens is by far the most popular tool. Wide angle lenses are great for capturing grand sweeping ballrooms, halls or staircases and is just an all-around great tool for “fitting in more”…

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JOIN US ON A PHOTO ADVENTURE IN GEORGIA

Before my visit to The Republic of Georgia for the first time in the Spring of 2018, I would never have imagined running photography tours but the Summer has past, I have become a full time photographer and here we are.

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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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