Images from my visit to ‘Photo London’.
As a photographer I am always looking to improve in whatever way I can so as to take better and better images.
I may do this by keeping up to date with current styles and developments and also by getting out and practicing different lighting and posing techniques. However I think it’s also important to get out, look at and be inspired by other photographers work, whatever their genre.
I did this most recently with a trip to ‘Photo London’ a plethora of exhibitions and gallery displays at Somerset House on The Strand. I was also fortunate enough to attend a live interview with renowned documentary and war photographer Don McCullin which was truly excellent.
I had an absolutely fantastic day, I’m not sure ‘I got’ or liked everything I saw but it truly was inspirational to look at the sheer breadth and quality of genres, styles, mediums, interpretations etc etc. on display.
I very much enjoyed looking around the many galleries that were present and of course looking at the work of individual artists / photographers that those galleries represented. but I also like to watch the interaction of other visitors and their engagement with the event, I have included some of my images below.