Juliet Ferguson

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The images have been captured from drone footage using a pinhole attachment on a DSLR camera. The resulting images have been combined with a series of maps of the city where the drone footage was taken.

The images have been captured from drone footage using a pinhole attachment on a DSLR camera. The resulting images have been combined with a series of maps of the city where the drone footage was taken.

The images have been captured from drone footage using a pinhole attachment on a DSLR camera. The resulting images have been combined with a series of maps of the city where the drone footage was taken.

The images have been captured from drone footage using a pinhole attachment on a DSLR camera. The resulting images have been combined with a series of maps of the city where the drone footage was taken.

Taken over a 24-hour period from a cctv camera.

Taken over a 24-hour period from a cctv camera.

Taken over a 24-hour period from a cctv camera.

Taken over a 24-hour period from a cctv camera.

Juliet Ferguson

Juliet Ferguson is a London-based photographer and former BBC journalist, now working as a freelance photographer and journalist.

In 2011 she completed a post-graduate certificate in Photography at Central Saint Martins School of Art.

She works in film (35mm and 6×7), digital and CCTV, and has been published extensively in newspapers, books and magazines.

Her work is divided into two strands – fine art and abstract, in which she creates beautiful images, and project work in which she explores issues raised by new technology as well as questioning the nature of photography. This ties in closely with her work when she was employed by the Centre for Investigative Journalism, and where she still undertakes freelance projects.

She is represented by Millennium Images and Subject Matter and has work with Alamy Image Library.

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