Over the last few weeks, I've spent a ton of time re-processing some of my older images of Manchester using new tips and techniques that I've since learnt and making the most of the improvements in recent software updates. They're a big improvement and I'm thrilled to share the results with you. You can check out the gallery in it's entirety here, or have nosey at a selection below.
Looking down High Street, Manchester towards Shudehill bus and Metrolink station with the CIS Tower in the background
View over Manchester with the Cathedral in the foreground
Completely re-organising Lightroom catalogs has given me the opportunity to re-visit old photographs with new processing techniques and find some previously discarded images. It's proved a worthwhile exercise so far.
Where tram and car meet
View down Nicholas Croft towards Manchester Arndale
I currently have some work on display as part of the "Manchester In Art" exhibition at the Double Tree by Hilton in Manchester. The show only opened a couple of weeks ago, and has been extremely well received. There's all different styles and types of art on display, and all of a very high standard.
"Depicting one of Europe's greatest cities, with over 70 pieces of artwork by 18 local artists and photographers our latest exhibition celebrates Manchester in a unique way.
The Manchester In Art exhibition is located within the hotel's public spaces including the Lobby, Piccadilly Lounge, City Cafe, Mezzanine Breakout Space and the SkyLounge.
Curated by Ventures In Art, in partnership with Double Tree by Hilton Manchester Piccadilly.