Tag Archives: St Paul’s Cathedral

048-2020 – Look at St Paul’s Cathedral

Today’s photo of the day, part of “a photo a day challenge 2020”, is again about St Paul’s Cathedral but seen from a different vantage point. If you are looking at taking your photography to the next level and being the centre of attention when doing it follow these steps. Step 1: Find your subject Step 2: Find a puddle Step 3: Get low when taking the photo Like, comment & share!

037-2020 – St Paul’s Cathedral in the morning sun

Today’s photo of the day is another photo of St Paul’s Cathedral in the morning sun, shot from the top of One New Change Shopping Centre in London. I was actually inside the lift, on my way down when I snap this photo. But the actual photo of the day is the edited version, done entirely on my iPhone 11 Pro in Lightroom. I pay £9.98/mo for Lightroom & Photoshop and is totally worth it. Being able to use the Spot Removal Tool, Crop and Color Correct on my phone is really mind-blowing and the quality is decent when viewed […]

013-2020 – London City Police in action

Today’s photo of the day (part of “a photo a day challenge 2020”) is about a street scene in which London City Police stopped a BMW not far from St Paul’s Cathedral. I am afraid I don’t have any details about what really happened. I hope is just a routine check, even though I was surprised about the number of police officers and cars involved. What do you think? Like, comment & share!