photo of the week: plasterboard pink vs winter blue

Posted by carlotta on Thursday December 15th, 2016 at 4:51pm

Photo of the week: This week’s photo comes from The Depot Cinema in Lewes, where I am documenting the renovations of a former brewery depot as it becomes a community cinema. My clients use the photographs to keep local residents updated on the progress of the project and to build on the excitement of this eagerly awaited venue.

It always surprises me how much colour I come across on a building site. One might expect the predominant shades to be greys, browns and blacks. In fact, I find vivid colours to photograph at every stage of the process. This bubblegum-pink plasterboard is a good example, splashed with sun and offering an appealing contrast to the blue winter afternoon light. All the photographs from this shoot are here and the entire Depot project can be found here.

photo of the week: pink plasterboard walls in the building site of The Depot Cinema in Lewes

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