BY: HUES OF DELAHAYE
A road-and-foot-traffic bridge that crosses over the river Thames. It’s an excellent spot to capture pictures of top UK landmarks, including the London Eye, Big Ben, and the Houses of Parliament.
For the perfect shot, try and capture The Queen Victoria Memorial in the frame too. This is the large bronze top statue that sits in front of the palace.
St Paul’s Cathedral
St. Paul’s Cathedral is a massive Anglican church. The key to photographing this big building is standing far enough back or use a wide-angle lens.
An iconic symbol of London. It was built between 1886 and 1894 in the Victorian gothic style. The high-level walkways offer a mesmerisingly beautiful view of the area.
Tate Modern Observation Deck
The Tate Modern Viewing Platform sits on the 10th floor and offers unparalleled views of the city. The landmarks you’ll see include St Paul’s Cathedral, Millennium Bridge, and Canary Wharf.
St Luke Mews
One of the cutest photography spots in London. This quaint cobblestone street is lined with uniquely designed homes, some are fitted with oversized barn doors, flowerpots hanging from windows, and green vines growing on the facade.
A high-end department store that sits inside a gorgeous Tudor-revival building. It’s been around since 1875 and has a timeless beauty that captures well in photographs.
Sketch London houses an imaginative cafe, bar, and restaurant under one roof. There are four different rooms, each with their own unique theme.