London’s Photography Hotspots | AD

If you aren’t aware, I did go to London last week for a whole week and I LOVED it. I was a bit apprehensive about going because it is such a big city and it would be so busy I was a little bit anxious, but I really enjoyed it. I went with my fam and we did lots of different things each day — being that tourist as per — and I managed to capture some shots on my camera on the way.

If you are looking for the best places in London to take some good snaps whether it is night or day then here are some of the most photogenic places. The best thing to take them on is of course a DSLR camera if you want the best outcome, but your phone will do too. At the moment I am saving up for the Panasonic CSC Camera* because it is a 20 megapixel camera so my photos will turn out amazing and it has 4K video recording which will come in handy when I film videos….. ~~ IF I film…. ~~

Borough Market

I loved Borough market when we went and if you have never been or heard of it before, then it is basically a HUGE market full of different food stalls, which have samples and tasters for you to try. Borough market is just so REAL that you can capture some brilliant live shots. P.s this salted caramel and honeycomb donut was LIFE CHANGING.



At Westminster you can be the ultimate tourist as it contains the most popular attractions in London, including Big Ben, The London Eye, and The Thames. You can take a range of different shots, and I reckon the best ones will come out in the evening when the sun goes down!



Warner Bros Studio Tour (aka the best place ever!!)

On the Wednesday we took a break from getting all the tubes and went to the Warner Bros Studio which is the home of << HARRY POTTER >>. As I am a MASSIVE fan of Harry Potter this was one of the best days ever and you can take some really good photos as the lighting is all set like it was when they were filming the shots (So perfect for cameras). this is me pushing a trolley through to Platform 9¾!




This is where Greenwich Mean Time — GMT — comes from and up by the Royal Observatory you can get stunning views of Canary Wharf and the skyline of London. Not to mention the National Maritime Museum at the front is just beaut!


China Town

If you love Chinese food then I would totally recommend a trip to China Town because there are more Chinese restaurants than you can count, however it is also cool to take a few pics there because there are loads of signs and statues related to China.



Emirates Air Line Cable Car

Cables cars aren’t just for travelling up snowy mountains, and the Emirates Cable Car going from the O2 over the Thames is a brilliant trip for keen photographers because you can see for miles and miles and it is also rather cheap and is an alternative to getting the tube!



Carnaby Street 

Saving the best for last is Carnaby Street. It is a shopping gem with some of the best shops hidden between Regent street and the back of Liberty’s. Not only does it have the best brands there for you to spend all your money on but it also has some of the best and coolest looking street art! You can get amazing instagram worthy pics!



Have you ever been to any of these places and got cool pics? If so tweet them to me!


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**DISCLAIMER: This blog post is sponsored by Panasonic but all views and opinions are my own**





45 thoughts on “London’s Photography Hotspots | AD

  1. Love this! Your photos are amazing!!! I really want to go to Borough Market, China Town and Carnaby Street. I also want to go on the Emirates Air Line Cable Car. I’ve been to Westminster and Warner Bros Studio Tour. I loved going to Warner Bros Studio Tour too, it was so good! Xx

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