Last week I was lucky enough to attend the private view of the Bleeding London exhibition at City Hall in central London. Something I have contributed to over the past 15 months.
Inspired by Geoff Nicholson’s Whitbread short-listed novel Bleeding London, in which a character named Stuart London walks the complete length and breadth London, Londoners and visitors to the capital have been following in Stuart’s footsteps and photographing every street as they go. The photographs in the Bleeding London exhibition illustrate the exhilarating diversity that constitutes the fabric of the city – from the iconic sights to the lesser-known backstreets of the suburbs. And the 600 participants have been just as diverse – from professionals with top-of-the-range kit to those who have picked up a camera for the first time. Unsurprisingly, a significant number of the photos have been taken on phones. - See more at: http://www.rps.org/regions-and-chapters/regions/london/about/bleeding-london
The Lightroom for Landscape workshop on 25th March is now fully booked. should you wish to go on the waiting list please e-mail me.