SeaSideViews started as a photo project editing the pictures you can see above. I was inspired by an artist Ros Donaldson who painstakingly drew every building on the Aldeburgh Sea Front in ink and watercolour. I wondered if I could do the same with a camera using the software which came with it. The answer was “no”; clever as the software is, my computer wouldn’t join up the 60 photos along the sea front which make up the tracking panorama of the buildings along the Sea Front. In particular, it couldn’t handle the parallax around the lifeboat station. More recently I’ve taken some panning panoramas of the beach from just in front of the new Lifeboat Station and the Scallop which my PC knits together better than I could by hand.
This web site and the postcards I sell now help fund my photography. So please visit the online shop to buy a full size A3 or 20” x 30” print or A5 postcards or get in touch if you’ve any suggestions for improving this site please email by clicking on the link at the foot of this page.