I remember when I first came to London I was taking photos of every corner without thinking about composition, rules of thirds and other important things from 5 Fundamental Rules of Mobile Photography.
When I had a lot of ‘so-so’ photos I got really frustrated and started to think about how other people take photos of London and that’s when I discovered Instagram as an endless source of inspiration and ideas. After spending 2 years here I can say I’ve learned a lot and have discovered some really cool and unusual places to take a photo. This is a short story behind the ’65 Best Places For Photos of London’ guide I’m currently working on.
I wanted to share 7 different ideas of a photo of St.Paul’s Cathedral – one of the main attractions and an impressive building with a lot of history.
All the locations, maps and photo ideas are covered in ’65 Best Places For Photos of London’ guide which will be available in mid April. If you join the waiting list, you will get a special offer 🙂 Sign up now!
Ok, so, where to take an interesting photo of St.Paul’s?
1/Photo from the top of the post/ – from Madison bar&restaurant, 1 New Change, London EC4M 9AD
2/On the left/ – from a cafe at Tate Modern, Bankside, London SE1 9TG
3/On the right/ – Millennium Bridge
4 and 5 – Millennium Bridge
6/On the left/ – corner of Cannon Street and New Change Road
7/On the right/ – at the entrance of One New Change shopping centre,
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