Friday, 24 April 2015

Clouds

GRD, f9.0, 1/1600, ISO 400, JPG b&w
I liked the clouds this morning when getting to London Bridge so the Shard made for a nice enough backdrop although I usually ignore it.

Thursday, 23 April 2015

Wall of Graffiti

GRD, f5.6, 1/400, ISO 400, JPG
Unusual for me but a color photo from the GRD I, taken in the most densely graffiti covered area in London around Shoreditch and Brick Lane. While the GRD I is best for black and white photography, the color images are also quite unique and different.

Wednesday, 22 April 2015

Passing By

GRD, f7.1, 1/800, ISO 400, JPG b&w
Overall not a great day for photography, took only a handful of photos and I ended up deleting most of them. Just didn't see enough of interest today.

Tuesday, 21 April 2015

Street Reflection

GRD, f5.6, 1/500, ISO 400, JPG b&w
I like reflections, always great for photography especially when the sun is out causing even more reflections.All the glass buildings reflect the sun and surrounding buildings off of each other so it's very nice.

Monday, 20 April 2015

Sign

GRD, f9.0, 1/1250, ISO 400, JPG b&w
Another nice and sunny day so great for a walk during my lunch. It's nice to be next to Brick Lane and Shoreditch as it alolows to escape the City and go to a different area in just a few minutes.

Sunday, 19 April 2015

Viewpoints

GRD I, f2.4, 1/50, ISO 400, JPG b&w
Met some friends for a walk and a mini pub crawl along the Southbank today. I decided to take the GRD I with me although it was not to do much photography. We decided to get some culture in and went for a stroll along the Tate Modern.
The building is certainly way more impressive than the art, which for most part shows that you can get away with presenting anything as art as long as you convince someone hat it is or here is a deeper meaning to it.

Saturday, 18 April 2015

Brookwood Walk


A nice day and a very good reason to get out of London. There was a meetup walk in Brookwod so I took the GRD I with the 21mm lens along for the walk.



This was not really a photography meetup so the walk was quite brisk, too brisk at times but I still had time to take some photos along the way and enjoy the scenery.



The walk started at Brookwood cemetery, which as I found out had it's own train line from London Waterloo.



It lead across fields, through some woodlands and farms back to Brookwood.



The group was quite large and it was a nice walk but the pace was a bit too fast to really enjoy the scenery properly.