πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Podcast 029: Travel to London Picture Spots ft Michael

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Welcome back to London, this time, with a twist. We’re not in the centre of London, we’re on the outskirts.

I am very happy to welcome another awesome human being on the twenty-ninth episode of the Curious Pavel Podcast Sessions. His name is Michael and as it happens, he is a great cityscape photographer. I asked him to share his top 3 locations when it comes to grabbing fantastic shots of London from a distance.

We also talked about tips for great moon timelapse shots, and he gave a suggestion for an app that lets you capture this easily! Just hope for a cloudless day/night.

As usual, use #curiouspavelpodcast on Instagram and Twitter to join the conversation. I’d love to hear your ideas.

Fan of listening? Here is the whole podcast episode

Mentions in the podcast about London Picture Spots

  • Shooters Hill (SE18, east of Greenwich)
  • Norwood Park (SE19, near Gypsy Hill)
  • Havering Country Park (RM4, north of Romford)
  • Pro Camera by Moment (Timelapse App for iPhone, download from the Apple Store)

If you prefer your radio with pictures, this podcast about London Picture Spots is also on YouTube

PODCAST: TOP 3 Less Known London Landscape Picture Spots ft @London Viewpoints #029

About Michael

Michael Thomas is a London-based timelapse, architecture, and travel photographer. Sharing best views of London and wherever he travels. Online, you can find him as @Londonviewpoints, at the links below.

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Thanks so much for reading this post about London Picture Spots. I really appreciate it, and hope you have enjoyed learning more about different areas outside London where you can get breathtaking shots. Who knew that one of those picture spots was going to be in the neighbourhood where I used to live! Maybe it’s made you think about similar places in your area? In which case, job done! If you have any comments or suggestions, please say hi. Your comments are my oxygen. πŸ™πŸ»

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