London Architecture @135mm - The Finer Things


I wanted to set a challenge for myself for my most recent London photowalk. Nearly all of my previous London Architecural images had been shot at wide-angle, primarily using a 17-40mm lens, usually shooting as wide as possible to get as much architecture into the composition - perfect for things like "look up" shots.

So, to make things more interesting, I decided to shoot London Architecture using only the Canon 135mm L prime lens, to see how this effected compositions. It turned into a succesful day of shooting, and I think the images are a slightly new way of capturing some of London's iconic Architecture.


london architecture 135mm mark cornick photography

"The Leadenhall Building"


london architecture 135mm mark cornick photography

"The Shard", framed by "20 Fenchurch Street"


london architecture 135mm mark cornick photography

"Lloyds of London"


london architecture 135mm mark cornick photography

"The Monument Building"


london architecture 135mm mark cornick photography

"20 Fenchurch Street"


london architecture 135mm mark cornick photography

"Lloyds of London" and "The Leadenhall Building"


london architecture 135mm mark cornick photography

"The Willis Building"


london architecture 135mm mark cornick photography

"The Leadenhall Building"


london architecture 135mm mark cornick photography

"Lloyds of London" and "20 Fenchurch Street"


london architecture 135mm mark cornick photography

"The Royal National Theatre"


london architecture 135mm mark cornick photography

"The Willis Building"


london architecture 135mm mark cornick photography

"Tower 42"

Learn more about the Canon 135mmL HERE

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