31 Dec Gigapixel Of Carols By Candlelight

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2018 may not have been the year of the gigapixel but it certainly was the year of the gigapixel for me, having been commissioned to shoot to gigapixel images first of trooping the colour, and then of the act of remembrance at the Cenotaph in London. That I had in many ways turned my back on the printed media (whatever that is these days?), to be asked by the Daily Telegraph, a news organisation which is played such a big part of my photojournalist life, sending me to nearly 50 countries since the 1990’s, was very special indeed. I want to finish the year on a high, living in a small island with thousands of years of history, much of it still living, you don’t actually have to look too far to find something wonderful to photograph. When the call came to shoot that special end of Year gigapixel it turns out I didn’t have to travel very far from my country base in Frome, Somerset. Every year in the historic Wells Cathedral which dates back nearly 1000 years the choir sings carols by candlelight where the Cathedral is illuminated by candlelight and we’re not just talking one or two […]

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