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London Day Out

Ugg10

Distinguished Member
Had a day out in London yesterday, weather was pretty Meh, so sky was pretty grey but managed to get a few interesting shots I think. Visited the Shard, walk along the Thames and over Tower bridge (stumbling across a Spanish gathering) and onto Sky Garden.

Found out the benefits of using a polarising filter whilst shooting through glass, did not fully eradicate reflection but certainly helped most of the time. Apologies now for any reflection still left in, beyond my PSe11 capabilities to remove them.

So, as usual all comments welcome as this one of the main ways I learn, through constructive comment/criticism, please feel free to RIA.

1) Comparison of without and with polarising filter - general interest pic for technique

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2) Zombie Apocalypse London

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by A H, on Flickr

3) Storm over Crystal Palace


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by A H, on Flickr

4) Eye from Shard


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by A H, on Flickr

5) Thought the Tower of London was guarded by Ravens, Seagull with an identity crisis maybe ?


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by A H, on Flickr

6) Flamenco by Tower Bridge, Multicultural London !


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by A H, on Flickr

7) Sky Garden - arguably better view than the Shard (and free)


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by A H, on Flickr

8) One to Finish - looking East


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