I take many building photos—very often of those that might fit into potential Wikipedia articles—and places that are little or not recorded, with any stuff that catches my eye. I use chiefly a Canon EOS 6D and a Nikon Coolpix L810 depending on circumstance, with some early pictures from a Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z5. Some images are grabbed from my own hi-def vids, or are scans from older prints or film negatives taken with analogue cameras.
If anyone needs pictures of buildings and places in north to north-east London or west Essex, and also, when I can get there, of South Lincolnshire or East Yorkshire, let me know. I can't of course promise, but I'll do my best if and when I have the time, particularly if they are for a Wikipedia article you are keen to develop. It would be best to contact me through my Wikipedia Talk Page here.
Need a file for hard copy publication?:
Optimizing of camera-unsharpened RAW files is judged through a calibrated HP Z Display monitor, perhaps including noise reduction, colour balance and sharpening workflow. A similar workflow for scanned negatives produce the best compromise I can muster from often imperfect sources. For print media this optimizing could prove problematic depending on particular print output requirements. Where a RAW file exists I can supply the original in native full size format, or a Tif file of a scanner-unprocessed negative, to optimize by a third party for specific use in hard copy publication. Contact: