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London Riviera by OnurCepheli

Summertime near River Thames in Central London

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Millennium Bridge by OnurCepheli

Millennium Bridge with the view of the St. Paul’s Cathedral, London.

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Ephemera by ottoberkeley

I’ve always been drawn to Richmond Bridge’s stunning architecture, from the texture of its Portland stone to the romanticism of its Victorian gas-lit lampposts, but also to the ethereal spectacle when its unique shape and structure is reflected in the Thames.

I was fortunate enough to be shooting the bridge on a morning when the wind speed had dropped to 1mph, which helped me get a clear reflection in the water. Despite the fact that the boats beneath the bridge were moored quite loosely and slowly swaying, I also captured a brighter exposure of the boats, and then isolated them in Photoshop with the pen tool so that I could selectively mask in the brighter exposure and add saturation and contrast. I then just spent some time dodging and burning the bridge to recover some of the shadows and to emphasise the glow from the lamplight cast along the bridge’s stonework.

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Dance with a Dolphin by DanMontalbano

Continuing in my exploration of iconic London scenes, here is one I took this weekend while exploring the area around Tower Bridge. The statue is by David Wynne who is well known for sculptures which give the illusion of movement and flying unsupported. The very modern Shard in the background is nicely juxtaposed against historic Tower Bridge.

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