REVIEW: PHOTOGRAPHING LONDON by Richard Eaton

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PHOTOGRAPHING LONDON:

HOW TO TAKE GREAT PHOTOGRAPHS OF LONDON’S ICONIC LANDMARKS

We’re all photographers these days: snap a pic with your phone, pop it on Instagram and Bob’s your uncle. However, if you’d like to improve the quality of your images, professional photographer Richard Eaton has produced an ebook telling you how.

With friendly, chatty prose, Richard guides you though the basics of using a decent camera, and then takes London’s iconic landmarks as examples of how to put together the best photo possible. From Kensington Palace in the west to Canary Wharf in the east, and covering every major sight in London in between, Richard offers excellent advice and expert tuition in the kindliest way possible, the kind of instructor who wears his own expertise lightly and wants nothing more than to set us on our way with our new skills.

And of course, in his chapter on ‘Views of London’, the first example given is from the top of our very own Primrose Hill, quite rightly pointing out that ‘its a bit of a steep walk up the hill t the viewing point but worth it on a clear day.’

Being an ebook, Photographing London is easy to carry with you and has the added benefit of being full of Richard’s own beautiful photos.

It’s available from Amazon for £7.99:

Find out more about Richard and his work here:

worldcityphotographer.com

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