Monday, 12 January 2009

London in the Fog

As a travel photographer, it's easy to overlook great locations on your doorstep. But they can often give you some great shots, especially when you get interesting weather conditions. Last Thursday I had a shoot postponed at the last minute, but decided to head out with my camera anyway. By the late afternoon, fog had rolled in down the Thames and I was able to get some interesting shots of this well known part of London.













5 comments:

  1. wht time of day was it...looks spoooky!

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  2. At one point I'd definitely like to experience London. Good shots!

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  3. So Julian whats happening in your world at the moment?

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  4. Hi, Julian. I've learned quite a bit here. You have a knack of clarity in giving tech info.

    The Thames area round SE1 must be one of the best urban photo locations. After years of living here I'm still happy to see some good light out of my window and rush down the stairs with camera and monopod. Here are some shots from the last couple of weeks with my new 5d2 and a Sigma 50mm f1.4 or Canon 85mm f1.8. All the evening shots were 1000+ iso. http://tinyurl.com/8zz8c8

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  5. Hi Mark - good to hear from you and glad you're enjoying the blog. Yes SE1 is a very photogenic spot. Thanks for the link - I love the series of tower bridge in different conditions.

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