Photographer Ben Sedman reveals some of his favourite spots to capture in Manchester. All images are copyright of Ben Sedman.
In this design, it is an image of the Town Hall, taken from Albert Square. This image in the black and white format is particularly nice. Completed in 1877 its size and ornate Gothic style represents Manchester's industrial heritage.
Looking up at The Principal Manchester, the former Refuge Assurance Building on Oxford Road, it is such an iconic building. I was lucky enough to spot this billboard next to it which I'm sure many Mancunians would agree with.
The view looking up at the Central Library and Town Hall from Library Walk, just off St Peters Square (top centre). Particularly the neoclassical style of the library and the colour of its Portland stone when the sun shines on it.
Stevenson Square, NQ
This design includes several images taken around the Northern Quarter. Wander around the streets, looking at the graffiti, fire escapes and bars and cafes. It's a reminder of New York. My favourite destination is Stevenson Square.
The final location is the skyline view taken from the cafe in Harvey Nichols, on Cathedral Street, seen here in this design (top left). You can see many iconic buildings including The Urbis, and the Corn Exchange which was a great place to watch the Manchester Wheel, when it was located outside Selfridges.