Photographing LONDON – Pre-orders now available

The first volume of George Johnson’s magnum opus to photographing London is now available for pre-ordering and due for publication at the end of October. SEE A PREVIEW OF 50-PAGES BELOW.

RRP is £28.95 on publication day, buy a signed pre-order copy now for £23.50 (free UK shipping) and it will be mailed direct to you at the end of October. CLICK HERE TO BUY.

Photographing LONDON – Volume One – CENTRAL LONDON is 592-pages and covers:

The City & London Bridge, Borough, The Southbank & Westminster, St James’s & Victoria, Battersea, Belgravia & Chelsea, Hyde Park & Kensington Palace, Kensington & Knightsbridge, Little Venice, North Kensington & St John’s Wood, Camden & Regent’s Park, Covent Garden, Fitzrovia & Kings Cross, Barbican, Temple & St Paul’s Cathedral.

Over 400 locations are described illustrated with a thousand of George’s photographs.

Each location, from Buckingham Palace to St Paul’s Cathedral, is described showing the best viewpoints for photography with street maps, written directions, postcodes/lat-longs and nearest tube and bus stations, making it easy to find your way about.

As well as all the famous landmarks, George is a Londoner, you’ll be led down cobbled alleyways to old pubs, secret gardens and old parts of London that even locals don’t know about. Historical details give an interesting back story to each location.

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Photographing LONDON – Volume 2 – OUTER LONDON & THE SECRETS OF STREET PHOTOGRAPHY will be available in January 2020.



Mick Ryan

Director of fotoVUE and Co-author of Photographing The Peak District
Mick Ryan is the founder and the director of fotoVUE. He is based in Calderdale having spent the last seven years in the Peak District. He also spends part of the year in Saratoga Springs, upstate New York. He is the founder of Rockfax guidebooks and introduced well-designed large-format photo-topo...

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