- Aperture: f/4
- Focal Length: 31mm
- ISO: 400
- Shutter: 1/750 sec
- Camera: NIKON D200
The first few days of shooting Vivid were in 33 Portland Place near Regent’s Park in London. Their website probably describes the building best:
33 Portland Place is one of the largest and most remarkable houses in London: a rare and exquisite example of a magnificent eighteenth century residence. It is where Edward Davenport and his celebrity friends host the most glamorous and exclusive parties in London.
Built in 1775 by Robert Adam, the greatest architect of the era, 33 Portland Place still holds its original character, and boasts more original features than any other London townhouse.
So with that in mind, I wonder what sorts of scandal, debauchery, and political and social intrigue this run of plaster decoration has been privy to?