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Interview with Jonathan Herbert

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26 February 2016

Posted by Anna Fraser

Hi Jonathan! Tell us about yourself in two sentences - who are you?

I am based in London, working full time in the IT sector, and have a real passion for taking landscape and architecture shots. My photographs can be found on my website.

QWhat's the weirdest situation you've found yourself in while taking a photograph?

AWhen I started to get into taking pictures I went to a photography workshop run by the HDR photographer Trey Ratcliff, which was pretty surreal to start with since it was his images that first got me interested in photography. He took a group of 15 photographers to the British Museum and when we got there the security wouldn’t let us in at first due to seeing all the tripods. Once we were in there it became a game of setting up quickly, taking the shots, and then being chased away by the security. We even joked about who got chased away the most.

QWhat's your favourite thing to shoot?

ARecently I treated myself to the full frame Sony A7R Mark ii. It’s a wonderful camera and I have two lenses which I use with it - a 24-240 and a 16-35. I use a three legged carbon fibre tripod and a cable release. Before I got the Sony I shot on a D300s.

QWhat's your number one tip for an aspiring photographer?

APatience, patience and more patience. When I go out shooting it involves sitting in one place (usually around sunset) for about and hour and a half so I can capture all of the light that happens during a sunset.

It's hard to choose my favourite image as there are so many images I love, but, I would go for 'Venetian Morning'. This is because I had wanted to take this image for a long tim... Read more

It's hard to choose my favourite image as there are so many images I love, but, I would go for 'Venetian Morning'. This is because I had wanted to take this image for a long time, and I had to get up really early when there were no boats or people so it has a big place in my heart. Read less

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This is a HDR shot of the Thames Barrier in London. It was taken at the end of the blue hour, as it was a very cloudy day and there was no sunset.

This is a HDR shot of the Thames Barrier in London. It was taken at the end of the blue hour, as it was a very cloudy day and there was no sunset. Read less

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For this photograph of the Shard in London I wanted to create a very moody black and white shot with the clouds blurred. It was taken with a natural density filter of 16 stops o... Read more

For this photograph of the Shard in London I wanted to create a very moody black and white shot with the clouds blurred. It was taken with a natural density filter of 16 stops over a period of a few minutes. Just after I took this it started to pour it down, so I did get the moody sky but got wet while getting it. Read less

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This was taken inside of one of the skyscrapers in London (City Point), looking up towards the glass ceiling. It was hard to align all off the lines, and took me a few attempts.

This was taken inside of one of the skyscrapers in London (City Point), looking up towards the glass ceiling. It was hard to align all off the lines, and took me a few attempts. Read less

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This is the tunnel that connects two parts of Canary Wharf in London together. It’s very photogenic and at weekends it’s hardly used, so you can get a good shot of it without al... Read more

This is the tunnel that connects two parts of Canary Wharf in London together. It’s very photogenic and at weekends it’s hardly used, so you can get a good shot of it without all the people. It’s a once shot image that has been converted in to black and white. Read less

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This is also a shot that had a lot of people in who needed to be removed by using the photo statistics mode in Photoshop. The difference between this one and the last one is tha... Read more

This is also a shot that had a lot of people in who needed to be removed by using the photo statistics mode in Photoshop. The difference between this one and the last one is that as there were a lot of people. I had to shoot for a longer period of time so I used a tripod to keep the camera steady. Read less

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