Photo Walk Around St Paul's. by Alpha Whiskey Photography

Photo Walk Around St Paul's.

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Photo Walk Around St Paul's.

Yesterday evening, I was joined by Jena and Theresa for a photo walk around St Paul's. Jena and I have shot this area so many times, but I think it was a first for Theresa, who was part of the group that had met a week earlier on the photo walk with Nasim. Just to try something different, and in lieu of the overcast skies, I decided to use the grainy black and white Art Filter on my EM5. The filter is applied to JPEGs, which has saved me post processing time, but the camera usefully makes an original RAW file with full colour for each image. However, I quite like the way it has rendered these images, and they are presented here virtually straight out of the camera. After dinner, Theresa and I hung around to help her capture some dusk shots, but we were treated to quite an impressive sunset. I applied a graduated filter to those images in post to acetate the colours in the sky. The last image was a routine long exposure of The Shard, nothing particularly original. All these shots were made with the Olympus 12-40mm F/2.8. 

May 22, 2014

Photo Walk Around St Paul's.

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Yesterday evening, I was joined by Jena and Theresa for a photo walk around St Paul's. Jena and I have shot this area so many times, but I think it was a first for Theresa, who was part of the group that had met a week earlier on the photo walk with Nasim. 

Just to try something different, and in lieu of the overcast skies, I decided to use the grainy black and white Art Filter on my EM5. The filter is applied to JPEGs, which has saved me post processing time, but the camera usefully makes an original RAW file with full colour for each image. However, I quite like the way it has rendered these images, and they are presented here virtually straight out of the camera. 

After dinner, Theresa and I hung around to help her capture some dusk shots, but we were treated to quite an impressive sunset. I applied a graduated filter to those images in post to acetate the colours in the sky. The last image was a routine long exposure of The Shard, nothing particularly original. 

All these shots were made with the Olympus 12-40mm F/2.8. 
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This shot of the top of a wooden post was inspired by Theresa who was taking a similar picture herself. 
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This shot of the top of a wooden post was inspired by Theresa who was taking a similar picture herself. 

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The chimney of The Tate Modern. Shame about the crane, one of many blighting the London skyline. 
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The chimney of The Tate Modern. Shame about the crane, one of many blighting the London skyline. 

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Framing The Shard. 
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Framing The Shard. 

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Kitchen under The Globe Theatre. 
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Kitchen under The Globe Theatre. 

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Jena makes a good subject for B+W. 
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Jena makes a good subject for B+W. 

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The sunset.
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The sunset.

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And the dusk. 
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And the dusk. 

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