eBook - Liverpool in Reflection: An impressionistic view of Liverpool's famous waterfront

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eBook - Liverpool in Reflection: An impressionistic view of Liverpool's famous waterfront

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Approx £4.50 at current exchange rates (correct as of 21/09/15)

This is the ebook format of my recent personal project 'Liverpool in reflection'. Contained within you will find all of the photographs from the collection and short summary of the history of Liverpool's famous waterfront.

The project was a short photographic view of some of the both famous and interesting, architectural elements of Liverpool's famous waterfront. Each building was photographed from the reflections in the docks around the waterfront.

This item is available for download straight after purchase. The file size is no more than 14mb. The ebook is optimised for the latest iPad models. If you view it on your computer or another tablet, you will more than likely have to zoom in or out for the best viewing angles.

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Culture Liverpool and Liverpool City Council have recently put on a series of events under the umbrella of ‘One Magnificent City’. I had the pleasure of visiting Liverpool, my former home for around 5 years, during this period and felt inspired to produce a small project of my own.

This project is an impressionistic look at some of the famous architecture, both old and new, and the maritime heritage of the Liverpool Waterfront. The method of abstraction in this case involved photographing the reflections in the very water on which Liverpool’s maritime history was built. The series of photographs included are a small study into not only how the water has shaped Liverpool as a city but also how Liverpool has continued to regenerate and grow into the vibrant cultural centre that it is today. Liverpool, in the small period of time that it has been a part of my life, has stepped forward and allowed itself to be the bright, bold place that it should be while at the same time holding a healthy respect and a sense of pride in its history.

The Merseyside Maritime Museum