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London's thriving business district

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A recently walking tour around the City of London in the vicinity of the Aldgate and Bishopsgate precincts proved absolutely gob-smacking. London is certainly experiencing unprecedented construction activity and this district is clearly well established as the hub of the financial services industry. Only the major banks are missing, having moved some years prior to the Canary Walk precinct.

An article I wrote about Leadenhall for South African building industry annual, SA Building Review, can be viewed here.

Here is my photographic overview of the business district.









SELECTION OF RANDOM SHOOTS INCLUDING FOOD, AERIAL, WEDDINGS AND BEACH SHOOTS

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Get an overview of my capabilities!
The series also contains a number of articles I have written on "Digital Tips" for the Peoples' Post newspaper.

Aerial
I have access to great air charter services that allows for economical and great aerial or bird's eye view photography. In addition, photos are available on sale. Please contact me directly in this regard.
Check these out :


Title: Blue Skies over Cape Town - view across Table Bay and Flamingo Vlei

Bird's eye view over Flamingo Vlei. Note the flight of Sacred Ibis
Milnerton, Woodbridge Island with Green Point Stadium in backdrop
Architecture, form and shape




Food shoots at Boulders Beach Lodge




Guest Houses and Establishments







Family Beach Shoots - Fun!





GETTING MARRIED? INSIST ON PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY!

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So what does it mean to get married? Hopefully, a lifetime commitment with fantastic benefits to bride and groom that hopefully leads to children and family .......


These are lifetime memories, which is why it is so important to preserve them.

That's why it is so important to book a photographer and, if applicable, a videographer who knows what they are doing. There are many wannabees who offer services and who sport low end digital SLR (single lens reflex) cameras or even compact cameras and who offer services at bargain basement prices, yet don't know the first thing about photography and working with light. Often they are not so good at working with people either.

Ask your prospective wedding photographer what professional bodies they belong to, what their qualifications are and what their investment is in photography. 

An organisation such as Safrea*, the Southern African Freelancers' Association, has many fine professional photographers as Full Members, who subscribe to a…