Been working since last Sunday and off to Mobile World Congress in Barcelona tomorrow, but I did manage to shoot a couple of rolls of Fuji Neopan 400 last Saturday and get them in the soup that evening. Read more →
Archive for category: Photo Walks
I had the best of intentions to photo walk yesterday. But first a nap got in the way. Then prolonged thunderstorms got in the way. Then dinner got in the way … you get the idea. Today I had better luck. After a quick trip into town to see whether the Panasonic G5 was in [...]
London’s Southbank is one of my favourite places for photo walking.
On any given day you have the bridges, sand castle man (or whatever his name is) by the Oxo tower (not to mention the little photography gallery in the Oxo building that usually has something interesting on). Read more →
London is a bit of a gold mine for photographers. But the funny thing is, photogs tend not to share their locations, lest somebody rip off their not-so-original composition.
During a recent ‘staycation’, I turned to the internet for inspiration. I googled ‘London photo walks’, ‘London photo walking routes’, ‘where to take photos in London’ and many other exciting variations. Read more →
From where I woke in SW London, conditions looked perfect for a photo walk. The sun was out, the sky was clear and blue, the temperature crisp without being so cold your fingers would freeze to the tripod.
The plan was beautifully conceived: A river photo walk, starting at the O2 and moving along the south bank of the Thames to Greenwich, across the Greenwich foot tunnel and then on to the Southbank for a sunset among London’s landmarks. Read more →