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.
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,