Monthly Archives: January 2012

Cannon Place

Cannon Place, Cannon Street London. Foggo Associates’ scheme for Cannon Place renovates and extends a very busy underground and network rail scheme, providing 36,000 square meters of office accommodation. Cannon Place is eight stories high, sitting above the station featuring curved and double-curved glazing, atria, spectacular views across the city, and some impressive external structural […]

Epson v750 vs Drum scan

Epson V750 for 4×5 or Drumscan? My recent shot of Batteresea Power Station had a slightly more complex birth than my other shots, being both drum scanned and scanned with my Epson v750 pro flatbed scanner. This is its fascinating story. I was pleased with the 4×5” negative as developed by Rapid Eye in Shoreditch. […]

Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power Station is an iconic London landmark, despite being empty and basically unused for thirty years. Battersea Power Station has been in the news recently as the developer of the Battersea (West London) site, recently valued at £500 million, has entered administration. Many schemes have been developed for Battersea Power Station, including one by […]