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    London - Canary Wharf, London Bridge, Greenwich

    Hi all

    Not posted for ages, but finding time again to get out more.

    I spent the day in London today, wondering around Canary Wharf and Greenwich (home of the Naval College and Museum).
    Here's a few shots from the day.

    Block in Canary Wharf
    Untitled by Mike

    Down the Tube!
    Untitled by Mike

    Naval College
    Untitled by Mike

    The Shard
    Untitled by Mike

    Hope you like them!

    All the best

    Mike
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    #2
    Nice set Mike, all something a bit different
    Trev

    Equipment - According to the wife more than a Camera Shop got

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      #3
      Nice shots Mike, always something to shoot in London

      I have a similar shot of the shard - did you lay down on the pavement for that angle, I did and got some very funny looks and Dee pretended she did not know me
      Stan - LRPS, CPAGB, BPE2*

      http://neptuno-photography.foliopic.com/
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        #4
        Very nice set Mike.

        You have explored all the London options: symmetry, movement, urban and perspective. I like them all, but I am drawn to number 1 as my favourite.
        Colin

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          #5
          Thanks all.

          Stan - I remained standing... but I know how Dee feels... my wife abandons me sometimes too!

          Colin - thank you - I hadn't realised I had covered ALL the bases, but you're right!
          It takes time to get to the point of 'seeing' the shot before you take it, then applying the right technique/settings.
          When I started 'doing photography' I didn't get what people meant saying that, but I do now.
          Mind you, other days I still just blast away... but I think I'm progressing!

          Cheers, M
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            #6
            Nice set Mike
            Canon 7D mkII, EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II, EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS, EF-S 15-85mm f/3.5-5.6 IS

            Please note: I do not have or use Photoshop

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              #7
              Well seen and captured Mike they are all good though the first is my favourite of the series.
              Peter

              Feel free to browse my
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                #8
                Very nice set Mike

                Tom

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                  #9
                  Thanks all, appreciated.

                  For the record - the 1st shot is my favourite from the day!
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                    #10
                    I like a set rather than a single shot.....a set is more than the sum of its parts....in this case an impression of the day and place. No1 is perhaps the most successful as an individual shot.
                    Brian Vickers LRPS

                    brianvickersphotography.com

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by @imagesBV View Post
                      I like a set rather than a single shot.....a set is more than the sum of its parts....in this case an impression of the day and place.
                      Thanks Brian - I do agree with you... a set defines the day, a shot defines just one moment.

                      Cheers, Mike
                      flickr
                      5D4 : 7D2 : 16-35 f4 L : 24-105 II L : 70-200 f2.8 L : 100-400 II L : Macro 100 f2.8 L : Manfrotto CX055 Pro3

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