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This shot of the Shard was taken in Mid April using 3 images exposed 3 stops apart. The tone and colour was then adjusted in Perfect Photo Suite to produce the final effect. Canon 5D Mark III, EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II @ 24mm, f/11, 1/160, ISO 100
Thousands of city workers cross London’s Millennium Bridge each day. This shot was taken during a glorious sunset in early March 2014 when the sky turned blood red after the sun dipped below the horizon. Canon 5D Mark III, EF 70 – 200mm f/2.8L IS II USM @ 140mm, f/5, 1/160, ISO 100.
This Wren designed building was completed under the direction of Hawksmoor and Vanbrugh and built in the period 1698-1712. It is located on the grounds of the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich. This photograph was taken in April 2014 using a Canon 5D Mark III and a 24-70 f/2.8L II (70mm, f/9, 1/320, ISO 100).
The public terrace on the 1st floor of St Magnus House is often missed by the hurried crowds on Riverside Walk but offers excellent views of the Thames, The Shard, Tower Bridge, City Hall, and HMS Belfast.
Some photographs from the DigifestUK event in London yesterday (May 4th 2014) are available in my DigifestUK Gallery. I have also posted some photos on from Digifest on Flickr.
A recent assignment in London took me to Old Broad Street which is home to Tower 42, the second-tallest skyscraper in the City of London and the seventh tallest in Greater London. The building was originally known as National Westminster Tower and if you are lucky enough to view it directly from above you will see that the tower closely resembles the old NatWest logo. Although as I discovered, if you shoot it from below (which is possible because of the buildings construction) you can see an approximation of the same effect. The tower was designed by Richard Seifert […]