Learn the tips and tricks of photography on a 2.5-hour walking tour of London’s South Banks, and photograph the Globe Theatre, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Tate Modern, and Shard. Capture some of London’s best panoramas from Waterloo Bridge, and more.
What to Expect
Learn to take the best photographs of London on a 2.5-hour photography walking tour of the South Bank of the River Thames. Gain a good command of your camera, catching classic images of London’s riverside neighborhood, and start to look at your photography in a more professional way.
The tour takes you from Sir Christopher Wren’s iconic St Paul’s Cathedral, across the Millennium Bridge, past the Globe Theatre to Waterloo Bridge; known to Londoners as providing one of the best landscape views of their city!
Start your photography tuition by examining camera and ISO settings. Learn about white balance, light metering, and focus points. After an exercise on depth of field, walk around St. Paul's to capture contemporary shots of the Cathedral using shallow and large depth of field, shooting in a dark environment, and speed.
The tour ends at Somerset House on the north side of Waterloo Bridge, where 55 individual water jets provide a challenging backdrop to your new camera skills.
- Guided walk
- Photography tuition
Meet outside St Paul's Underground Station (please wait outside Caffè Nero)