Posted on 28/04/2021
James Kerwin James Kerwin

11: June 24th 2021: Georgia - The hidden architecture and taking your camera off the beaten path

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In this talk, James Kerwin gives you tips and tricks to capture the architectural beauty around us. Based in Tbilisi, Georgia since early 2019 James finds hidden, abandoned, and beautiful architectural relics - maybe you have shoot ideas planned, well in this talk James will give you tips and tricks to do the same or perhaps even to explore some of the worlds more hidden corners - the Causacus.

After four years shooting a variety of genres such as weddings and events, James stumbled across architecture photography in late 2013, and has been shooting inside abandoned spaces and buildings ever since. In 2014 he began shooting his first abandoned building series ‘Decadence’, and six years on has now built up a large portfolio taken in some of the most striking locations in Europe and beyond. His primary focus is capturing rich colour palettes and straight lines in the camera, then utilising modern post-processing techniques to develop each photograph. Since January 2019, he has been based in Tbilisi, Georgia.

Starts at 19.30 GMT +1


  • 60 mins

Languages spoken


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  • Richard
  • Sep 28, 2020
  • A great presentation by James. Very informative, and as a Photoshop Instructor by trade, it's always nice to see how someone else edits and to pick up the occasional trick too.
    Would definitely recommend James' talk to anyone interested in shooting and editing architecture.

  • Martin
  • Sep 29, 2020
  • I wasn't aware this was a part 2 or at a fairly basic level of editing. A better description would have set expectations correctly. The colourful language at the start wasn't appreciated either.

  • Elaine
  • Sep 22, 2020
  • So appreciated James' generosity in sharing tips and techniques. And that was in addition to the gorgeous locations he showed us. I've always had a real passion for old and hidden spaces . . the search became much harder when I left Istanbul to live in Montreal. So thank you, James that was a glorious vicarious trip.

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