North Down Borough Council Waste Transfer Station

I took these photographs approximately three years ago (I have added this blog at the correct date when taken) for the Architectural practice I work at Michael Whitley Architects.  The building in a new Waste Transfer Station for NDBC, more details can be found here.  They were taken for us to use and also to be used for an article in Perspective Magazine, which is the local magazine for RSUA members.  It was great that my photographs we being published but when the magazine came out I had also got the front cover and the parting shot on the inside rear cover.

My photographs have also been used on the Rockpanel website & also in promotional flyers.

All shot with my Nikon D80 and 18-200mm VR lens.  All natural light using long exposures for the interior & night shots.

Some of the images that were used along with the article itself.

Perspective Article

Front Cover

Parting Shot

Article

Rockpanel Flyer

2 thoughts on “North Down Borough Council Waste Transfer Station

  1. Fantastic photos Adam especially the interior shots. Can you tell us something about the camera equipment you used and the flash for the interior shots.

  2. A little info added about the photos.. I can’t remember much as it was 3 years ago. The Exif data for the interior shots shows 0.7 – 1.8 sec exposures. Some of the night time exterior shots are 8 sec exposures..

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