Photo: Winter Wonderland, Hyde Park

Following the mulled wine in Covent Garden, we headed across London and into Hyde Park for the opening night of Winter Wonderland. Being opening night, it was ridiculously busy and a bit tricky to find a spot to set up a tripod without it being knocked over in crowd.

I eventually found a small foot bridge that had some elevation above the crowd and snapped off this five shot fusion. The problem with the bridge was that it was temporary, and made of wood. It shook a lot whenever people walked over it and caused a lot motion blur in my initial shots. After about 15 minutes of waiting for a break, I got a few clear minutes with no-one else moving on the bridge and managed to get the photos I wanted.

I’ve emphasized the colour blue in this image to help depict the cold weather and the ‘Winter’ feel of the night.

Photo Details:
This is a 5 shot fusion from -2 to +2 EV blended using LREnfuse and Lightroom 5.

Photo: Covent Garden, London

Here’s my next shot of Covent Garden taken on Saturday evening. I liked the close up shot I took of the reindeer in my previous post, but I also wanted to showcase the buildings surrounding Covent Garden, the atmosphere and also my vantage point where I took the photo.

Photo details:
This is also a 5x shot HDR, processed in enfuse and Lightroom 5.

Next up is a shot from winter wonderland in Hyde Park… Keep an eye out 🙂

Best Canon Prime Lens for Travel


When you have been travelling for months on end, you get really good at packing light. Packing light however, can be a little tricky when you have a DSLR, tripod and a couple of lenses to take into consideration. If you’re like me, then you might have found this post while scrounging the net for the best lenses suited to travel photography in preparation for you big (or small) journey. My tip to you: Get the Canon 40mm STM F2.8 Prime.

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