I recently had to join in on capturing one of London’s cutest and perhaps most photographed courtyards in the city. Pictures of this amazing place have been posted hundreds of times over, but I too wanted to share my take on this beautiful space. Keep reading….
As I continue to trudge the streets of London practising my street photography skills, I’ve come to realise that images showcasing emotion such as happiness, sadness, humour (and the list could go on), they are the ones that usually stand out the most. In order to capture those types of photos you’ve got to find the emotion and snap it up pretty quickly so you don’t get noticed. Trust me, that’s not always an easy feat.
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.
I’ve realised London’s museums are a great place to capture people going about their daily lives in really cool urban settings. Tate Modern Museum, located in South East London, is definitley one of them.
This high-tech, stainless steel mammoth of a building literally took my breath away. The Lloyds Building (the home of an insurance company) stands as tall as ever and is a photographers architectural dream to shoot.
I can only imagine how Brick Lane, a popular East London location has changed over the years. Its vibrancy, street art, quirky flair, interesting people and eateries have made it a super place for street photography. I took a trip down there recently to capture one of the coolest places in London.
It was my first time attending this event and thousands of people in central London were a wash with colour. People of all races, sexualities, gender and faith came together to celebrate the Pride in London festival. Keep on reading