My visit to London this weekend is mainly for photography purposes. A range of subjects including looking at photography exhibitions as well as taking some of my own - city views, architecture, street etc.
Can you offer Grav8tkaz some help with this itinerary? Why not post a reply?
11 Jan 16, 21:59
Are you asking for advice? You haven't asked a question, so i'm not sure what you need it know.
If you are specifically looking to take photos, though, then be aware that they don't allow photography inside brompton oratory (which is a shame because its a very beautiful building)
The Monument isn't the best place for photos of the skyline either, because the entire platform at the top is enclosed in a tight wire mesh The view from westminster cathedral is better, but the skyline isn't that great from there.
Thank you, that is really helpful. I have been trying to find out if I could take photos in the London Oratory but couldn't find any information on their web page. That's been a great help as I can now cross off a couple and concentrate on the others. I had already looked at the sky garden but its fully booked on the 16th. Thanks