BIRMINGHAM SKYLINE PROJECT

This project looks at the ever-changing Birmingham Skyline. From iconic buildings to architecture spanning centuries, Birmingham’s skyline is one of the most recognisable in the country. This project looks at how it is changing, serving somewhat as a historic reference, to be updated as each new development finishes. It also provides insight from a photographers view point on why and how to capture it.

This is an on-going project so please check back for future updates and follow me on Social Media for more.

Birmingham’s iconic skyline captured from Moseley Street

Birmingham’s iconic skyline captured from Moseley Street

CONTENTS

1) The Changing Skyline

2) Iconic Structures

3) The Best Views in Birmingham

4) The Future if Birmingham

5) How to Photograph the Skyline

6) The best places to view the Birmingham Skyline

7) How to create cityscape Panoramas

8) Buy Limited Edition Prints & More…

New developments as viewed from the roof of Park Regis, Birmingham

New developments as viewed from the roof of Park Regis, Birmingham

1) The Changing Skyline

There is no doubt that Birmingham’s skyline is constantly changing. It seems like every week there is a new crane on the horizon representing a new development springing up somewhere. However, this change represents financial investment in the city and that can’t be a bad thing!

The view from the top floor of the new Three Snowhill development

The view from the top floor of the new Three Snowhill development

2) Iconic Structures

The view over Digbeth from Selfridges car park

The view over Digbeth from Selfridges car park

3) The Best Views in Birmingham

4) The Future if Birmingham

5) How to Photograph the Skyline

6) The best places to view the Birmingham Skyline

7) How to create cityscape Panoramas

8) Buy Limited Edition Prints & More…