For the past two years, Brighton-based photographer Finn Hopson has recorded the slowly decay of Brighton's Western Pier, set against a amazing scenery. The sequence, eligible The End of the Connect, is an continuous venture that Hopson says will end once the framework lastly vanishes into the sea.
Throughout each of the 12 pictures, viewers can see the very slowly fall apart of the pier as items fall from the building and into the water. To get the perfect viewpoint, Hopson actually increases straight into the during during low trend, and he uses long exposures varying anywhere from Half a minute to 4 minutes to catch the relaxing balance of water, sky, and decaying building. Protected in the colourful shades of various times of day, each field informs a different tale of isolation, elegance, and the gradual moving of time.
Hopson says he didn't initially plan to make an continuous sequence. He says, "I had no objective of starting a venture, I just desired to get an exciting picture once the ballroom section had been taken away. It left such a huge space on the seaside where I had only ever known there to be some sort of pier gubbins. After a few efforts it became a average attraction and now I feel kind of required to keep at it."
Finn Hopson The End Of The Pier
Source : Finn Hopson's website