Such a beautiful still evening in LIverpool town. The Liverpool skyline is ever changing and is always such an engaging subject to photograph. Was loving the interesting cloud cover and the chance to see stars over a big city is always a bonus!
Yesterday I found myself taking photos 34 floors up at the Panoramic restaurant Liverpool, for another successful Chamber of Commerce Platform Lunch. Not only is it a great chance to meet and network with other local businesses - but you also get to dine in the best restaurant in town, with the best views out over the whole city. There was a great turn out and some great networking to be had across a wide range of local business people attending. Here's a few photos from the event...
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Due to open before Christmas - the dramatic waterfront block that is One Park West will be tempting potential buyers with views out over the Mersey and the new cosmopolitan area of Liverpool One.The Brief - to capture the views to entice potential buyers in with the dramatic panoramas they can see from their new balconies. The solution... grab the Manfrotto, the D300 and then stitch like mad using Photoshop CS3. Panoramas are great if viewed say 1 metre plus across... but you often need a bit of close up detail too... so I grabbed another shot where you can clearly see the Albert Dock a bit clearer. Then wandering back to my eco-friendly bicycle I looked back and noticed the sky had turned quite a cool shade of red - so I grabbed another shot and then did a quick HDR render on it to bring out a bit more detail.