I’m Andrew Eberlin.

Photos, Photographers and Photobooks is a mix of my own photos, and musings on photographers and their photobooks.

I have been a keen photographer since I was a teenager. It encourages me to look for something different in the day-to-day, it trains my eye to observe details, to see how the light moves and to search for different angles.

To notice more.

I like taking photos of modern buildings. Especially brutalist buildings. Why? I like their simplicity. Their beauty. I like the optimism with which they were built. It was a time when there was a consensus that society could be made better for the many.

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So I can pay the bills, go out and go on holiday I design websites for independent businesses, creative people and community groups.

I sometimes share photos on Instagram but I get frustrated by their Reels, their algorithms, their use of our data and the way they crop portrait photos.

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It was an unexpected honour to be featured on Substack Reads in 2022 for a post on “one of the wonders of the modern world”, The Barbican, and again in 2023 with a post on the extraordinary Cosmic House.

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Professional website designer, enthusiastic photographer and writer of The Monthly Jotter who enjoys walking the dog in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside.