Saturday, 18 September 2010

Open Day at Lloyd's

While out in London, I have found out that it was Open Day. This was a great opportunity to see some of the buildings I always walk past from the inside. Although I did not have that much time after I found out, I managed to go and see the Lloyd's building. It is a really cool building from the outside and probably one of the most photographed buildings in the city next. Having the opportunity to go inside to take pictures was great though and I could not miss this. I had the GXR with A12 with me and although a 28mm lens would have been better I appreciated the high dynamic range of the sensor. I decided to post a series of 5 pictures I took inside the Lloyd's building.


  1. I rather like the detailed repetitition image of the criss-crossing escalators. that one really appeals.

  2. Nice set, Cristian. I've always wanted to get a peak of the inside of this building. Would've been a great environment for my 7-14 lens. I'm surprised how well you did with the GXR A12 though.

  3. Thanks for your comments!
    The building is really great with lots of photo opportunities.

    Björn, I did wish I would have had the GF1 with the 7-14 lens around but tried to do the best with the GXR and A12 module. This reminded me however that I really need that 7-14mm lens for my GF1.