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The War of the Worlds by Turnipfarmer

Kings Cross Station, London, England – http://bit.ly/1FZgNen

This is one view I have been trying to master for ages and also edit the way I want it to and this is the final edit that I am actually happy with.

Originally taken with my old A700 and the Samyang fisheye attached to it, it wasn’t the easiest of photos to line up but quite happy with the job I did.

I was quite fortunate to see this new part of the station before it opened to the general public a few years ago as I worked at Kings Cross. It was quite unusual seeing a mainline station with only a handful of people in and around it, something that will never happen now. I would have tried to get this image when I went to the special opening ceremony but sadly this was the place the host was talking from.

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Vortex (Redux) by Turnipfarmer

City Hall, London, England – http://bit.ly/1FZgNen

All this talk about Open House London has made my have a fresh look at some of my older photos that I have taken during Open House. As promised this is a continuation of my Open House series so it can help you decide on certain venues.

I have always liked this photo when I took it however looking at my editing style from 4 years ago I was not as keen on it as I once was. I thought this would be a perfect candidate to get editing on and this was the result.

When I first started out in photography my editing style did include HDR quite a bit but now I hardly do HDR at all, I am just not keen on its look and I go for my natural editing styles and editing styles which I feel compliment the overall image.

How have you found your editing styles have changed over the years? Do you prefer yours now or how it was back then?

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Chevron by Turnipfarmer

The Angel Building, London, England – http://ift.tt/V5qrF7

Wow this is my 6th Black and White image I have uploaded to Flickr, might inject a bit of colour into the next upload.

This is the awesome interior of the Angel Building in London. I looked down from this balcony and had to take this image due to the wonderful amount of textures and intersecting lines, this is one building I may revisit during my next Open House this year.

I have had a few questions about how I get these images and the answer is Open House London, a weekend every year that London allows the public to visit buildings that are not often open to the public. Its a great weekend if you have never been and I highly recommend it.

I am planning on doing a blog post on my website for you all to give you an insight into the weekend and of course which buildings I recommend and tips too.

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