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A guide to the Best Street Photography Locations in London

A man walking through the tunnel at barbican underpass.

[UPDATED for 2024] Our guide to some of the Best Locations in London for Street Photography

London is a diverse and multicultural city like no other, with a variety of boroughs, neighborhoods, and people. It blends the historic with modern architecture seamlessly and is a melting pot of cultures and diversity. So for us, London offers some of the best street photography opportunities around every corner. Whether you are interested in Black & White urban photography with a heavy architectural feel or bright colourful busy backdrops focusing on people, you are sure to find what you’re looking for. Continue Reading

Street Photographer’s guide to Angel, Islington

Candid portrait of a man sitting at a bus stop in Angel Islington with a travel card in his mouth.

Discover the Charm of Angel Islington through Street Photography

Angel Islington is best known to non-Londoners for its place on the Monopoly board as the third cheapest property to buy. But don’t let this slightly “off the beaten track” location pass you by. It offers some gems for street photographers and one of those locations in London that helps push the boundaries of your creativity!

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Natural Looking Studio Photography

Woman in green jumper sat on a stool

Creative, natural looking studio photographers in London

Studio Photography can be synonymous with overproduced, unnatural or “polished” imagery. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, and within itself takes a huge level of skill and experience to achieve well. In some cases though, this pristine look may not suit the brief in hand where the convenience of photographing in a studio is still needed. Well, we’re here to tell you that for once, you can in fact “have your cake and eat it”.

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A British Seaside “Out of Season”

Man walking on the beach towards the underside of the pier


Our project “Out of Season” took us to Walton-on-the-Naze, a small British seaside town in Essex, to document the area just weeks before the British summer was officially due to kick in. We were curious to explore this coastline when it wasn’t filled with families lining the beach with deck chairs, rows of nurtured sandcastles, and people eating double scoop ice creams from a cone. Continue Reading


Female Roller Skater wearing bright coloured clothes in London

Hooray! We made it through 2020!

Let’s be honest, it’s no secret that last year wasn’t much fun for any of us. As much as we would like to have seen the end of this dreaded C-19, it seems we’re going to have to keep our chins up and stick together a little longer. Well, not “stick” together as such, that’s against the rules, but at least stay positive and keep those virtual hugs going. Continue Reading