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Dan Eitreim

August 8, 2015

London is one of the most fascinating cities in the world with its eclectic mix of old and new which attracts visitors from all over the world. Some would say that there are probably more famous landmarks in London than in any other city in the world. What better way to preserve your memories of a such a remarkable city, than to capture each moment into London black and white posters.

Steeped in history, London is a mesmerizing city with unique architecture. When captured as fine art photography, and when black and white pictures are grouped together, famous London landmarks and events make a fascinating talking point amongst guests.

Historical London includes such famous landmarks as Buckingham Palace, The Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, The Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. Buckingham Palace has been the official London residence of Britain’s monarchy since 1837, and a familiar sight each morning is the Changing of the Guard ceremony. The Tower of London has stood guard over the capital of England for over 900 years. It has witnessed many great events over the years with it being a Royal Palace, a prison, a place of execution and a house of jewelry as well as other things.

Westminster Abbey is one of the oldest and one of the most important religious centers in the country. Many kings, queens and famous people such as Charles Dickens and Sir Isaac Newton are buried there. The Palace of Westminster (Houses of Parliament) is where the House of Lords and the House of commons conduct their sittings and where any British laws are passed. Big Ben has been ticking since 1859 and is one of the world’s most famous tourist attractions.

St Paul’s Cathedral was built by Sir Christopher Wren between 1675 and 1711 and features the second largest dome in the world, the largest being St. Peter’s in Rome. Imagine the cathedral captured into London poster prints. Black and white fine art photography can give an atmospheric individuality to an image which looks eye-catching when placed in a complementing or contrasting frame.

Many modern London buildings are just as instantly recognizable and are proving to be tourist attractions. The Thames Barrier, The Swiss Bank Building, The Millennium Dome and the Millennium Bridge and Wheel are unique buildings which look amazing when photographed in black and white.

Part of the attraction of black and white photography is the classic, timeless elegance it achieves. It shows emotion and captures the mood and spontaneity of the moment. When taking a photograph of a London taxi driving through the rain, someone walking through Trafalgar Square with crowds in the background, or perhaps Notting Hill Carnival where people mix with policemen, the interest and unique angle can really be brought to life with black and white film.

What better way to create a focal point than to choose a series of London black and white posters based on this theme? To capture the smile on someone’s face or people walking along a street in the rain, a London bus with Big Ben in the distance or people at The Tate Gallery, shows the imagination of a good photographer who wishes to create interest and his own take on individual occurrences. London will always be full of exciting opportunities for potential black and white posters which will enhance any home interior.

London black and white posters look amazing when grouped together, and give a timeless, classic feel to any room. To see a stunning selection of London black and white images visit: Fine Art Photography Galleries [www.fineartphotographygalleries.com]

Article Source: EzineArticles.com

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