Behind the Lens with John Gollings

John Gollings, The Mint (FJMT), Sydney, New South Wales 2004. Pigment ink-jet print 83.0 x 125.0 cm, courtesy of the artist

©The Mint (FJMT), Sydney, New South Wales 2004. Pigment ink-jet print 83.0 x 125.0 cm, courtesy of the artist John Gollings

Behind the Lens with John Gollings

Join us as we go behind the lens with architectural photographer, John Gollings. Uncover insights into his interactions with architects and how these conversations help define his approach to capturing the shot.

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