Dawson’s Heights Panorama
A limited edition, ultra high resolution, London panoramic cityscape
This panorama is available in any specific size up to 500cm wide.
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Dawson’s Heights is an early 1970s social housing project in south London designed by the then very young Edinburgh architect Kate Macintosh. The ziggurat shaped estate is of quite astonishing architectural design, and is widely regarded as one of the most remarkable housing developments in the country. Even more amazing are the views over towards London, which you can see here!
This is a panorama looking north east towards central London, many kilometres away, with St Paul’s at left and The City in the middle. If you look very closely, you can see Tower Bridge also, just to the right of the last skyscraper of The City, with in front Butler’s Wharf; this is hard to pick out with the image scaled down to this size but it is clearly visible in the full sized original – contact me to see full sized crops of this image.
I used a 420mm focal length for this view (my super sharp 300mm f2,8 lens with a 1.4x teleconverter) hence the compressed look, but views like this work really well from a distance with powerful telephoto lenses. I was very careful not to over-saturate the tones in editing this picture, in order to bring the bitterly cold wintery feel and to enhance the steely atmospheric blues, cyans and silver hues.
London Panoramic Views
Immerse yourself in the rich details and tones of Adam Butler’s unique collection of ultra high resolution panoramic views of London, the world’s greatest city, captured over the past 20 years.
This image is in a limited edition of 100.
Each print comes with a certificate of authenticity which also signed, numbered and dated.
All of my prints are signed with edition number and title beneath the printed area, which you can decide whether or not to show when mounting and framing. See a video of me doing this.
Acrylic glass prints will have a small and faint embedded digital signature at lower right or lower left.
Each print is either printed by me, or in professional labs in the UK or Europe, and each is carefully checked before sending it out to you.
Your print also comes with a lifetime guarantee*.
Unframed prints are shipped out to you in cardboard tubes, framed or mounted pictures in specially made crates.
*Assuming they are not left in direct sunlight or in excessively humid locations.
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I always have a selection of images in my house in central London that you can come to see in real life before committing to a purchase. Contact me to arrange a viewing.