Huge thanks to Trashhand for developing such a wonderfully thought out and inspiring class! I've added my images below and tried to capture a number of different scenes from around London, please feel free to leave any constructive feedback you have! Looking forward to developing my learning and taking more classes in the future.
One candid portrait - I love how happy this guy is! He saw me taking pictures of passers-by and decided to strike an impromptu pose. He looks really striking against the simple backdrop and really celebrates what it is to be a Londoner!
One image showcasing motion (utilising blur) - This image was taken at the Tate Modern in London, during the Georgia O' Keeffe exhibition. The image shows people socialising before entering the exhibition. I love the sense of scale you get from the building and all the lines thrown up by the perspective, which I think really lend themselves to the subtly blurred figures.
One "look-up" shot - This image was taken in the banking sector on Liverpool Street, London. What I really like about the image are all the different shapes you can see, along with the way the building on the left is wrapping around the main structure.
One image taken at night (from the above three categories) - This image showcases a London night bus passing through the West End. I love the movement and colours thrown up by the bus and passing traffic.
All images were taken with a Canon 6D and a 24mm lens.
Thanks again, for such a wonderfully inspiring class.