When the editors at Plymouth Magazine go through the selection process each year determining which images will be showcased on the Last Glance page (a process that occurs in tandem with the city judging of the annual Picture Plymouth contest in early September), details about images and who shot them are intentionally removed from discussion to optimize the visual impact and seasonal feel of each selection.
Local church. Inspiring architecture. Ideal lighting. After several visits to Plymouth’s Mount Olivet Church last summer, and just-not-right photo opportunities, Max Foster captured a scene that checked all his photo-quality boxes.
“I’ve always been interested in architecture and photography,” Foster says. “I was looking for a church in Plymouth that struck my interest.”