12 BEST

 locations to photograph in London 

Feeling uninspired? Well look no further, here are my 12 most ''instagrammable'' locations to photograph in and around London.

St Dustan-in-the-East

 Previously it was a Church of England parish church on St Dunstan's Hill, halfway between London Bridge and the Tower of London in the City of London. The church was largely destroyed in the Second World War and the ruins are now a public garden

Notting Hill - Portobello Road

Just round the corner from the beautiful white houses of Notting Hill you will find the cute coloured houses. Portobello is famous for its vintage and street food market, with the coloured houses coming up close after it.

StPauls Cathedral -

One new change

 If you’re looking for a beautiful and photogenic landmark St Paul’s Cathedral should be on your list, especially if photographed from One New Change. The reflections in the shiny mirror-like windows of the mall add to the Instagrammability of the shot.

 

Brick Lane

Shoreditch area is home to one of London's most vibrant graffiti, have a wonder around and you will stumble across some beautiful work.

Parliament Square

Although this spot is slightly less Instagrammable at the moment with Big Ben covered in scaffolding, these red phone boxes are still one of the most photographed places in London.  For an even more Instagrammable shot, make sure to frame your photo with the arch of the nearby under-passage.

London Eye

The famous London Eye makes for some beautiful Instagram shots, especially when coupled with a sunset over the Thames. Capturing the golden light washing over South Bank with the shadows of the big Ferris wheel is the dream of any photographer.

Tower Bridge

It’s a closed market which is actually made up of different streets but the whole area is known as Leadenhall Market. You can access it from different openings which converge in a central square area, the most Instagrammable spot in my opinion!

Sky Garden

It’s a closed market which is actually made up of different streets but the whole area is known as Leadenhall Market. You can access it from different openings which converge in a central square area, the most Instagrammable spot in my opinion!

LeadenHall Market

It’s a closed market which is actually made up of different streets but the whole area is known as Leadenhall Market. You can access it from different openings which converge in a central square area.

Kynance Mews

It’s a closed market which is actually made up of different streets but the whole area is known as Leadenhall Market. You can access it from different openings which converge in a central square area, the most Instagrammable spot in my opinion!

Barbican Conservatory

It’s a closed market which is actually made up of different streets but the whole area is known as Leadenhall Market. You can access it from different openings which converge in a central square area, the most Instagrammable spot in my opinion!

Kings Cross Tunnel

The LED lights installed behind a jointed glass wall, creates a perfect picture moment for that ''retro''look.