Michael Westmoreland at the LPPG
An exhibition of panoramic photography by Michael Westmoreland
Photos from one of the key names in panoramic photography
If you look at the history of panoramic photography, there is one UK photographer who’s work stands out from the 1970’s both from a technical and artistic point of view.
For the celebration of his 80th birthday, he has a large exhibition in Leicester at the People’s Photography Gallery, where I’ve also had some of my own work in the gallery’s opening exhibition.
All those prints behind him are real photographic prints, often from a single strip of film.
Read more about his work at:
It was indeed an honour to be invited along to his birthday celebration and chat about cameras and printing
The exhibition is currently on at the LPPG
A few words for the crowd
Michael gets his birthday cake.
Update: I’d just note that it’s some of Michael’s work that inspired the creation of my own 14 metre print, shown in the same gallery.
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