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Street Photography – South Bank, London

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There’s absolutely nothing like heading down to the vibrant and colourful South Bank in London to capture the life and soul of the people that frequent there.

It’s a street photographers paradise – from tourists to locals –  it’s always busy with people whether during the summer or the winter months.

On this day I happened to be lucky as it was sunny and warm which meant that tons of camera toting tourists were out in their numbers – a perfect way for me to blend in with the crowd and not get noticed don’t you think? – sounds like a win to me 🙂

London never disappoints when it comes to providing a massive pool of street photography opportunities. As part of a beginners photography workshop I took part in, I photographed here at the South Bank a few years ago. It’s one of the top 10 places to photograph street life in the big city and I’m really not surprised.

If you’re familiar with my blog, I’ve previously spoken about my lack of confidence when photographing people on the street (something I’m continuing to work on with every assignment I create for myself). How intimidating and off putting it can be right?! But for some reason I was ever so relaxed and composed this time. I felt quite confident in what type of images I wanted to capture and how I went about it.

The opportunities were truly endless 🙂

If you’re new to my blog, a very warm welcome to you – and for those returning, thank you for support and as usual I would really appreciate your feedback below 🙂

Peace and love,


Author: Sóla Snapshot

Photographer and blogger - Street | Architecture | Travel My photographic adventures, whether close to home or far away. Lover of good food, dogs (even though I don't have one yet), orangutangs and travelling the world.

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