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Brighton Cineworld

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During the Covid-19 lockdown Brighton Cineworld underwent a transformation and PR company HK Strategies asked me to document the refurbishment. The photography of the cinema was easy and a joy to capture, the new brand identity was slick and as a photographer who loves watching films and property photography - this was the perfect job for me, I was in my element.

All interior shots were on a tripod and using a 16mm wide angle lens. The cinema screens had a slow shutter of 15 sec. The lobby approx 1 sec. Starbucks was captured using an off camera flash bounced off the white ceiling at a height which wrapped light around the cafe interior, all shots were f8.

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