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London Photography

Posted by Matt on

Hi everyone! You probably will have noticed that I (Matt) have been pretty quiet for a while, so I thought it would be a good idea to give you an update about some of the things that I’ve been up to recently and also to announce the re-launching of London photo tours.

Canary Wharf

After graduating from university last summer, around the time that Will went off to Zambia, I moved to London to explore a new form of photography a little closer to home. Being surrounded by so many incredible buildings and urban environments in London, I felt inspired to try and capture some of the scenes that are so easy to take for granted in everyday life.

St Pauls Reflection
Wembley Stadium

I’ve spent the last few months building a new portfolio website, www.mbl-photography.com and taking photographs around London to populate it, and I’ll soon be launching a new photography blog featuring video tutorials and city photography tips.

Battersea Power Station

I’m also excited to announce that I am restarting London photo tours. My experience as both a wildlife and architectural photographer means that I am able to offer guidance across a breadth of photographic styles, techniques and subjects. Each tour is tailored to your individual interests and experience, and will help you learn how to take full advantage of your camera. The standard 2-hour photo tour takes place along the South Bank of the River Thames, and features some of London’s most iconic landmarks, such as the London Eye and the Houses of Parliament. Bespoke options are also available if you would rather concentrate on different subject matter. If you’re interested in booking a tour, or would like to find out more, then head over to my tours page to get in touch with me.

Houses of Parliament
The Scoop

One Comment

  1. Mike Lander said: February 18, 2013 at 10:13 pm

    Great work on your website and blog.
    But no photo competition this year?
    Is it because you’re gonna be busy in Africa.
    If you’re gonna make any new competitions I will glad to participate!

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