Ian Pilbeam

Why a 21mm lens on a rangefinder camera always is good for close in shots

A near timeless shot of a travelling seafront funfair stall

Part of a project showing how racers and racegoers like to take their dogs with them at the Isle of Man TT races

Part of ongoing series of dogs at the TT races in the Isle of Man

Crossing the river Mersey on the outside deck of a 1950s era ferry

Low light conditions giving a slightly ghostly image to this waiting passenger at Crewe station

An older couple window shopping in Aylesbury

A family group complete with the almost obligatory coffee cup

Green hats everywhere including on the bull statue in the main shopping centre

This family group were sensibly dressed for the cold weather and had secured a good viewpoint

Tourists in Killarney, Ireland taking opposite images

The overnight crossing to St Malo has entertainment for all

On a dull winter afternoon the light on the Solent gives images a quality that a summer day never could

A group of women enjoying their time on the pier at Southsea

Where better to receive your messages than a quiet corner in a church

Ian Pilbeam

Professional photographer who specialises in tiny high detail things such as jewellery and watches including high end retouching but who is often to be found documenting the less well known places in Britain. I like to show people in their own environments be it on the street or in cafes and other public spaces.


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