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I’ve personally visited London, but only for work so didn’t really get a chance to explore it in it’s pureness. Besides the landmarks London seems to be a breeding ground for the next upcoming music genre. From the Beatles to Prodigy the music that comes out of Great Britain is AMAZING! Being able to experience a show for the next upcoming music style and saying years later that you were in London and got to see experience it before anyone else would be cool to say the least.
Amazing pictures from an amazing city…Thanks for sharing!
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Congrats!! They are really amazing!
Gorgeously Gothic and beautiful use of HDR. What type of editing software do you typically use?
Hi Maria, Glad you enjoyed the photos and thanks for the compliment on the HDR Processing. Currently I am using Photomatix pro with other processing, including NR, done in Photoshop with Nik EFex.
Thanks for the response to my question. Not. Will not visit here anymore.
What question did you ask Chris? We normally respond and may have missed it. We have a lot of comments come through each day on several different and sometimes miss a few. Sorry that we missed yours.
Oooh, gotta say the last one is my favorite – the foreground/background contrast is intense.
You guys are getting good (and by good, I mean fantastic)!
Thanks Garrett. It’s all Dave, he’s the fabulous photographer in this partnership!
Do you use Photo shop after you are done in Photomatix? Found a great 3 page free tutorial and was all excited until I got to page 3 and everything went over my head. Even the basics of digital are a struggle for me.
Hi Chris, Sorry we missed this question. Yes, we do use photo shop after Photomatix. For noise reduction and sharpness. Keep going with the HDR, you’ll love it.
Wonderful photos! They are so good it at once inspires and depresses me, lol. Thanks for posting!
Thanks 50+, I hope that they didn’t depress you too much, and instead inspired you go get yourself to London:)
Hey guys, just “Stumbled” onto this today. Exceptional work!
Thanks Bret, glad you found it.
I was there last year but your photos inspired me to go once again. A lots of good memories and beautiful architecture.
Thanks !Can. We want to go back again too. You need a lot more time than a week in London and we barely scratched the surface.
A week is simple not enough, but that is probably with every capital on the planet. Btw, you pictures are great, you have unique style.
You are so right! A week is never enough to see anything:)
Thanks and you are so right! A week is never enough.
Wow! These photos literally take my breath away! The coloring, light and wide angle – especially on the Big Ben and St. Paul’s photos – is absolutely gorgeous. You have a great artistic eye!
Thank you very much Jade. I was very inspired photographing London and I am so glad that the photos turned out as I hoped they would.
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Love the tones in the sky, could use the “Big Ben” photo as a state of the nation photo with the current recession issues. London is a place I have often worked but never spent any spare time in. One of the things I want to correct when I go to the UK in November.
Hi Matt, thanks for the feedback. Hope you have a great time revisiting London in November. It’s always more fun being a tourist than being in a city for work for sure!
Stunning photos you two! The clouds are really haunting!
My eyes are hurting from the beauty! Friggin amazing!! 😀 Congrats on your 1million-th view D&D!!
The chain link fence with London Bridge has a great perspective. Like it!
this is so gorgeous it hurts my eyes!!! 🙂
Aw, cheers and thanks Jen!
I love how you incorporated the fence + lock into the last photo!
Cheers, thanks Erin. It was the lock that caught my eye.
Amazing pictures! I love London and these photos gives justice to the beauty of the city! Thanks for sharing!
I am trying to learn HDR but using simple Light Room post processing techniques on current photos. I find if you don’t know how to post process correctly the photos come out weird–you guys really know your HDR techniques. How many levels of bracketing do you use?
incredible photos. WOW!
these are some really great photos. i love what you did (or appeared to do) with the sky. it looks so gray and fluffy. i really love the colors in all of these, and how some of the stuff is blurry, but not too blurry. good job.
Thanks Mack! Much appreciated.
I especially love the last shot! Those love locks all over Europe are so cool!
Another great collection Dave! Man, I gotta learn HDR processing – really creates originaly pics (though I really like your composition and creative angles too – especially the last one and the Eye)
Just stunning, Dave.
OK. So I’m sitting here thinking to myself, when I go visiting my parents next year, perhaps I should go through London and stop there for a few days? Hard decisions! Beautiful, amazing photos, Dave.
Gorgeous! I haven’t been there in six years but we’re visiting soon – can’t wait
Love that last shot, no pun, does “lock of love” have any meaning. Looks like it could have been taken any time, the only thing which betrays it’s modernity is the padlock.
Those photos are scary good! Very awesome!!
These are the most gorgeous photos I’ve seen of my favorite city!
Wow, I lreally like them! I’ve seen and made many pictures of the buildings in London, but these are very fascinating. My favourite is St. Paul’s in B&W. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks Marlieke. We’re looking forward to going back to really explore more of London. 1 week while planning for the Mongol Rally is not enough time.
Wow, these are stunning photos! Great work.
Wow! these are awesome. I live in London & these make me want to go out and explore. Good work
Hey Wakeybluenose, Thanks for the compliment. That means a lot when someone from the city enjoys the photos. We definitely can’t wait to come back. Cheers!
Wow! These pictures look so great – hyperrealistic in a way that they are even enhanced by fantasy! What kind of camera do you use?
Hi Thai Tour Guides, I use a Canon 5D MKII it is the HDR processing that give the fantasy feel. Cheers and I’m glad that you like it.
Awesome photos Dave, love that last shot of the fence and lock!
Every time I see your pictures it reminds me how much I need to learn about taking awesome photographs! These are pretty spectacular. I especially loved the Painted Hall – beautiful.
Thanks Debbie, that painted hall was pretty beautiful in person. London has some fascinating landmarks and we only just barely scratched the surface.
Wow! Absolutely amazing photographs!
Wow! You do have a knack for making those HDR photos!
These are so cool!
The Tower Bridge shot behind the fence is amazing. 🙂
I love these photos! Great job, Dave.
Amazing photos. I don’t like London but in those photos you bring a mysterious aura to the place.
Great shot! I love the black and white shot of St Paul’s, and the Painted Hall picture reminds me I’ve never been inside the Old Royal Naval College – some day!
Amazing photos as always. Incredible!
Very nice! What post-production software did you use?
I used a combanation of Photomatix Pro for processing and the Nik Software bundle for Noise Reduction. Glad you enjoyed them.
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