Walking the Streets of London

I love London and this particular trip there was no different. I went the by my self for two days. I was actually on my way to Malta and a few other Countries but I had to stop in this incredible city. It was really cold and rainy the entire time I was there. Even though the conditions were not the best to shoot, I still made it happen.

I have learned that sometimes you have to work with the weather and really challenge your self to take interesting photos. In this particular case I had to work with lots of rain and beautiful clouds. I quickly realized that long exposures were on my side.

I shot most of these long exposures in bulb mode and some where over 2 minutes in length. Overall I really like the results. These are my favorites from that particular trip. You can see them on my Shop Gallery on this link.










The London Eye

The London Eye

On my most recent visit to London I stopped by the famous London Eye, I have been here a couple times, las time I was here I actually went on it to watch the sunset with my friends.

The London Eye is a massive ferris wheel located on the river. It is an iconic tourist attraction and its quite cool. When you are on it you can get insane views of the city, thus called The London Eye.

This time I stayed on the ground and photographed it from a couple different locations. It was really cold out and it was raining on and off, but I still managed to get a few good shots. My reason for my visit was to shoot the London Tower Bridge you can see the photo and a full post about it here.

Camera info: 1/400 of a second f13 ISO400 14-24mm lens
The London Eye

Camera info: 80 second exposure f16 ISO 100 14-24mm lens

Camera info: 30 second exposure f10 ISO 100 14-24mm lens