Introducing Piotr Trumpiel, a London based photographer. He photographs all sorts of subjects, but we chose to feature one of his architecture photos, so without further ado…
1.) What can you tell us about this photo? (View the full version of the image here.)
Leadenhall Market, London on a Saturday morning. Taken basically as an exercise after watching Scott’s “Travel Guide to London” – my take on the place. As the market is in the middle of London City district, it is quite busy on weekdays — I wanted it to be practically empty therefore I chose to go there on a Saturday morning and I was not disappointed. For most of the time, I was the only person there and I had plenty of time to set up various shots. The area is full of architectural photo opportunities so it was not my only “catch of the day” of course. You can find plenty of spots where old mixes with the new so you have to keep your eyes open constantly.
2.) What gear/software did you use to create this image?
Nikon D610, Irix 11mm f4 Firefly lens, XCSOURCE Q-666C tripod / Adobe Photoshop CC.
3.) What do you like to photograph?
People, architecture, details, colours.
4.) How long have you been a KelbyOne member and what made you decide to become a member?
I am coming to the end of my first year at KelbyOne, I learned a lot, connected with quite a few members and I had a lot of fun doing that.
To see more of his work, take a look at Piotr’s website.