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Learning Outcomes – 2,3

So, with it being a nice evening, I decided to head over to Greenwich Hill with an attempt to take some nice evening shots. While I originally said that it was a nice evening, the rain seemed to start halfway on my journey there and in the end, I was absolutely soaking when walking up Greenwich Hill. Got to the point of not being able to turn back after walking that far!!

I managed to get all the way to the London Bridge before the rain really started so I came to the point of really having to just go on with it! I was soaking but (I think anyway 🙄) it was worth it in the end. After travelling for 90 minutes, I couldn’t just head back home!!

Even though my Photography College has stopped over Christmas, I couldn’t just stop taking pictures as, let’s be honest, I’m a photography nerd 🤓. Winter seems to be the best time to take some wonderful evening shots. Heading over by myself had meant that I was focusing on the landscape rather than any portrait shots that I’d tried yesterday in Notting Hill. While many people find landscape shots boring, I bloody love them. The use of my camera and different lenses at night gives me so many chance to try different things. The rain, however, doesn’t really help.

I ended up using all of my lenses including my 30mm, 50mm and 16mm-80mm for different shots at each point. I’m actually at the point of thinking to get another Prime lens, either a 10-20mm or an 80mm. This was alongside my K&F Tripod and Syrp Variable ND Filter to try lots of different things. I also had my attached GorillaPod on my back but didn’t use it in the end with it being at night.

The question has to be though……where do I go next 📷.

After returning home, I’ve used Lightroom to edit these before posting them on there. If you haven’t already, follow me on Instagram here….

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