Visions of London is a collection of urban city photography by award-winning photographer Simon Hadleigh-Sparks.
The book highlights his passion for abstract-reflected architecture and reflected imagery, a style he has created for himself. He also experiments with extreme contrasts and has been called "a master of light". His many on-line followers encourage him to develop and experiment further, with people liking the weird or the different. He has also mastered the art of post-production - blending, temperature, tone curve, luminance - and the list goes on!
Simon has been described as 'a digital artist' - a major aspect of his urban photography is his ability to open up a new perspective on the city: its spaces, people and history. But included in that equation is technology and how it is used to re-imagine the look of the city. Digital transformation of the city is at the heart of his more abstract photography in this book - images radically twist and contort the steel and glass buildings into striking abstract forms. The results offer a dynamic new look on the structures that make up the London skyline.
Pages: 240Dimensions: 22.91 x 2.21 x 27.86 cm