More Phelgm in Sheffield

Painting by artist Phlegm in abandoned building in Sheffield, South Yorkshire (Viveca Koh)

Some more work from Phlegm from the first weekend, shot in the burnt out sports hall which featured three of his massive pieces.  This one was floor to ceiling, making full use of the space available, and obviously far taller than me.  In this regard, I was pleased that I had hefted along my 70-200 f2.8, which enabled me to step back and shoot some close-up details as well.  This lens is so big and heavy that it often gets left out on an UrbEx outing, where my favourite and most commonly used lenses are my 14-24 f2.8 and 24-70 f2.8, but in view of this recent outing I may have to review this policy!

Phlegm Detail_7 Sheffield, UK


Phlegm Detail_8 Sheffield, UK


Phlegm Detail_9 Sheffield, UK

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3 Responses to “More Phelgm in Sheffield”

  1. These are fantastic. And I agree with Mark that your perspective on the first one really works.

  2. Lovely set of images – really like the viewpoint that you’ve gone for in the first one

  3. Jeez, Viveca, this is an incredible set! I totally hear you on lens selection there; this one really brought some great details out of this art for us all to enjoy! Fabulous composition on these shots, and I have to say I just love your chosen perspective here. Awesome work, my dear friend!

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