I’m a huge fan of mid to late 20th century design and architecture and it was an absolute treat to stay at Pitcorthie House, near Elie in Fife for a week with my family. The property was designed by world-renowned architect Trevor Dannatt and completed in 1968. The sequence of images below are non-commissioned and form part of my archive of personal work. They were all shot with a 14mm prime lens at a fixed aperture so there’s consistency between the shots and were steadied using a monopod – a tool I use in much of my photography, although I usually photograph architecture and interiors using a tripod – but not on holiday! If you’d like to experience Pitcorthie House for yourself then click here to book it – I thoroughly recommend it!
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