London Photography April 2017

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Young Man and the Sea, Chris Egon Searle

My Girlfriend Serena and I recently travelled to London to see her Family so I thought it would be a good opportunity to take some photography.
Not just architectural but also documentary style, some portrait of Serena and my brother who lives close by in Cambridge.
We visited The V&A, The Tate Modern, Hyde Park, Hampstead Heath and loads of other places. I really enjoyed taking photographs at the V&A’s ceramic collection which is HUGE!

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Sculpture Hall at the V&A, Chris Egon Searle

As I like Macro Photography there is still a bit of that in there at it was a crazy 34c outside when I got there which I’m really not used to up in Newcastle so the flowers were blooming really beautifully.

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Three Dancers, Chris Egon Searle

A few of the architectural shots were actually taken with the macro lens and the London Shard picture is a whopping 180 mega pixels! Stitched together from 17 separate photographs.

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The London Shard, Chris Egon Searle
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Hampstead Heath, Chris Egon Searle

At the Tate Modern I concentrated on shooting people admiring the artworks in a way that actually frames them inside of the piece and makes the observer a part of the Artwork itself. I even got to try this with a Picasso.

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Old Man and Picasso, Chris Egon Searle

I hope you enjoy all of the different styles of Photography here
Chris Egon Searle

The Large photos can be viewed in full res at www.Chrisegonsearle.com

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Hampstead Heath Afro, Chris Egon Searle

 

 

 

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