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We went to see the Edward Steichen exhibition, check out Clara's article!
The Photographers’ Gallery is hosting an exhibition on Edward Steichen’s years as a fashion photographer for C …
Whether you’re looking for black&white or coloured pictures of London, there’s only one place to find them: http://.photographerlondon.com ! Make sure you check out our calendar regularly at http://photographerlondon.com/blog/calendar/ so you don’t miss out on the best exhibitions in London.
London’s skyline looking beautiful as ever. Visit our website www.photographerlondon.com to see other sides of our beautiful city. Follow us on Twitter @photoglondon and don’t forget to check out our calendar at http://photographerlondon.com/blog/calendar/ to be up to date with photography exhibitions.
Julian, our photographer, has been busy taking snaps of London. You can see his work at http://photographerlondon.com/ . Follow us on Twitter @photoglondon and don’t forget to check out our calendar at http://photographerlondon.com/blog/calendar/ to be up to date with photography exhibitions.
Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr celebrate the eccentricity of English social customs
Proud Chelsea commemorates the 50th anniversary of John F Kennedy's death
The V&A Museum offers a flashback of how photography has developed over the years
Snapping Cameras and Crocodile Jaws: the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition is now open
The Earls Court Redevelopment has been passed. Read our article by Digby Warde-Aldam and voice your opinion.
So it’s finally happened: last week, after years of deliberation, tactical vagueness and not a little controve […]
This is the last week to see the "Endless Stairs"! Heres our article on this unique installation.
In front of The Tate Modern on Southbank, are some stairs. Whilst this may seem not out of the ordinary, it is […]
Can you hear the Calling? Clash pop-up store in Soho with unique items from the band, click here http://photographerlondon.com/blog/blog/2013/09/11/black-market-clash-dont-miss-real-london-calling/
Black Market Clash opens for two weeks only from the 7th of September. The first pop-up store at 75, Berwick S […]
Get to Hamilton's Gallery today ! Last chance to see disturbing yet fascinating Irving Penn exhibition, more info here http://photographerlondon.com/blog/blog/ai1ec_event/irving-penn-cranium-architecture/?instance_id=153
When: September 9, 2013 @ 10:00 am – September 13, 2013 @ 6:00 pm Where: Hamilton Gallery, 13 Carlos Place, London,Greater London W1K 2EU, UK Back to Calendar When: September 9, 2013 @ 10:00 am – September 13, 2013 @ 6:00 pm View Full-Size Map Where: Hamilton Gallery 13 Carlos Place London,Greater L...
That’s London! A big blue cock, surrounded by pigeons, share its spotlight with Nelson&Co., take a look here http://photographerlondon.com/blog/blog/2013/09/02/hard-times-for-nelson-co-a-giant-blue-cock-conquers-trafalgar-square/
“Ladies and gentlemen, here it is, the big blue … bird.” With a key pause, London mayor Boris Johnson introduc […]
How about a living room in the former Arsenal stadium? Find out more on the “Stands Alone” exhibition here http://photographerlondon.com/blog/blog/2013/08/14/stands-alone-a-photo-exhibition-brings-together-our-solitudes/
Cosy, relaxed, warm, comfortable, surreal, a little pretentious? How do you imagine living in the former Arsen […]
Save some wishes for tonight, Perseids Meteor Shower is coming!
When: August 12, 2013 @ 11:00 pm – August 13, 2013 @ 4:00 am Where: The World Back to Calendar When: August 12, 2013 @ 11:00 pm – August 13, 2013 @ 4:00 am View Full-Size Map Where: The World Cost: Free Categories: Events Keep an eye to the sky tonight! The annual meteor shower technically known as…
An hour with superstar photographer Howard Kingsnorth in his studio in Shoreditch, interview here http://photographerlondon.com/blog/blog/2013/08/12/i-still-love-my-job-after-30-years-howard-kingsnorth/
Howard Kingsnorth has been a professional photographer for over 25 years. He opened up the way for cool East L [...]
Master of Holography, Jeff Robb on photography, the unknown world & future projects. Full interview here http://photographerlondon.com/blog/blog/2013/07/17/jeffrey-robb/
Jeff Robb’s artwork has no boundaries. Pioneer of contemporary holography, this eclectic artist explores the p [...]
See the view from the most famous 442ft. hamster wheel in the world, click here http://photographerlondon.com/blog/blog/2013/07/26/a-capsule-with-a-view/
Observation structures are common tourist attractions in big cities around the world. New York’s Empire [...]
Ever wondered how would it be living on a barge? Take a look http://photographerlondon.com/blog/life-on-water-a-real-waterbed-in-the-heart-of-the-city/
On the waterways in London there are a collection of floating villages inside the city, a world away from the [...]
eARTh matters! Unspoiled landscapes and environmetalist issues at Salgado exhibition, click here for more info http://photographerlondon.com/blog/the-genesis-exhibition-back-to-the-origin-in-black-and-white/
Sebastião Salgado, educated in politics and a qualified economist, took up photography at the age of 26, while [...]
Do you forget about ethics while taking pictures? Have a look here http://photographerlondon.com/blog/688/
Just because we may have the right to take a picture of someone, does that morally make it ok? It’s hard to sa [...]
Fancy a walk on the ledge? A photo occasion you can’t miss in Dalston, review here
A couple holding hands standing on the ledge of a Victorian terraced house. A fearless man sitting on the wind [...]
Immerse yourself in Docklands, the new Estuary exhibition at the Museum of London! Discover river tales from the City to the Estuary in an eclectic exhibition that brings together photography, movies and paintings. Review here on PhotographerLondon.com/blog, the London source of photography collections, articles and tips!
The Museum of London Docklands has plenty of tales to share with its visitors. Facing the West India Docks in …
Such a bizarre place! Camden is a great example of the spell that London weaves.. by Alessandra Fatone
Far from the splendour of the Royal palaces and the exc…
Wander through beautiful galaxies, spectacular nebulae and millions of shimmering stars in this breath-taking collection of some of the most incredible images of our universe ever made... by Alessandra Fatone
From the famous "Earthrise" photo where astronauts captured the Earth rising over the surface of the moon, to …
In a sunny day like today, what about going to a gallery by the river? Have you checked out the Gao Brothers exhibition at Hua Gallery yet?
On 5 June, the Hua Gallery, a beautiful small space by the river at Battersea that specializes in Chinese art,…
Red phone boxes: a symbol not only of London but of a bygone age. Check out our post here:
The red phone box is an iconic symbol not only of London but of a bygone age where people did not have mobile phones and these kiosks provided a service.
Out on the streets yesterday capturing some great images of Thatcher's funeral - all up on the site and in the new blog piece: http://photographerlondon.com/blog/margaret-thatchers-funeral/
Margaret Thatcher's funeral captured in a series of exclusive images by Photographer London that convey the mood of the crowd and of the nation.
We love to share at Photographer London and here's a brand new blog post featuring some of our favourite photography sites:
At Photographer London we like to share & these are some of the other photography sites we love for all that's hot and happening as well as tips & tutorials
Did you know that Eros at Piccadilly Circus is not Eros at all but his brother, Anteros? Or that his very existence is thanks to a straightlaced Victorian philanthropist? Read all about it on the blog:
Taking photographs of London can yield up surprises even for a born and bred Londoner - here's the truth behind the little love God at Piccadilly Circus.
This picture by PhotographerLondon founding contributor - Julian Deghy was taken on the opening night of the Shard during the laser light show on 5th July 2012. Julian set up his tripod on the brow of Primrose hill where a large crowd had gathered to enjoy the spectacle. The night was clear and dry and the visibility good. The light show started around 10pm and was planned to go on for about 30 minutes. The event had been advertised on TV as a once in a lifetime event that was not to be missed. However the crowd, who had arrived expecting to be wowed by the show, were to be bitterly disappointed as the lasers turned on and off and flashed side to side in a display that looked as though someone was sitting half way up the Shard randomly flashing a green torch. Soon cries of “this is rubbish” were emanating from the gathered throng who slowly drifted down the hill and back into the pub. Despite his disappointment Julian still managed to create this image that gives a taste of what the laser light event could have been.
The Shard was designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano and stands 309.6 meters (1,016 ft.) tall making it Europe’s tallest building but only the 59th tallest in the world lagging far behind Dubai’s Burj Khalifa at 828 meters. It has 11,000 panes of glass and 95% of the construction materials were recycled.
This photograph was taken on a Canon 5D mk11 (mounted on a tripod) using a 200mm Canon lens at ISO-640. The exposure lasted for 6 seconds at f.9 to achieve a good exposure of the laser beam and an interesting light trail on the passing plane.
This picture was taken by one of the founding contributors of PhotographerLondon.com - Julian Deghy. One night after photographing the Shard at London Bridge, Julian stopped at Borough Market for a refresher at the famous pub - “The Market Porter” which he discovered served an excellent pint of Weston’s Scrumpy cider. While he was standing outside enjoying his much welcomed ice-cold pint on this exceptionally balmy summer night he saw this scene and immediately set up his tripod and camera for this – his final shot of the night!
This Picture shows The Floral Hall, which currently houses 3 restaurants - Brindisa, Wright Bros. and Roast. The Floral Hall was re-sited to Borough Market in 2003 from its original site at Covent Garden.
This photograph is not HDR – it was created manually in Photoshop and was taken on a Canon 5D mk11 (mounted on a tripod) on a 24-105mm Canon lens at ISO-500. Julian bracketed the exposure by 2 stops either way from normal to get a good exposure of both the dark sky and the brightly lit area of the restaurant. In post-production he simply blended the 2 frames together in Photoshop by placing the 2 frames on separate layers and then adding a layer mask to the top layer and masking-out the unwanted areas using the layer mask with a soft airbrush set to 100% black. Simple when you know how!
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