Big Ben and houses of parliament Depth of Field being used creatively - I feel this gives a much better effect than having shot the image with a smaller aperture which would give a bigger focus in the image (so Big Ben in the background would have been in focus too).

This photo of a light was created using a shallow depth of field. This captures the focus, which is the light, well as the rest of London is blurred in the background.

Now here is some quality architecture …

The bold art of Ian McQue

Ian McQue ‏ I was lucky enough to get a sneak peak at & 'The Spire'. It's ace, hence this fan art:

Multimedia artist Reynald Drouhin’s revises crystal clear landscapes in his series ‘Landscape Monolith’, by turning sections of the land upside-down.

Multimedia artist Reynald Drouhin’s revises crystal clear landscapes in his series ‘Landscape Monolith’, by turning sections of the land upside-. - a grouped images picture

Victoria Siemer Reflected Landscapes and Creative Photo Manipulations

Reflected Landscapes and Creative Photo Manipulations by Victoria Siemer

Geometric Reflections Victoria Siemer (aka Witchoria) Victoria Siemer aka Witchoria produces new and unusual realities by altering expected perceptions of space with geometric shapes.

MY NAME IS ALEXIS, I’M 18 YEARS OLD, I LIVE IN PARIS AND I PRACTICE DIGITAL DOUBLE EXPOSURE. I love art and I draw for many years, and I’ve recently started digital work for a better quality of my work. Usually I spend 3 or 4 hours making one double exposure creation. I love creating unique pieces of art, with a lot of details, I also try to vary every photo as much as possible (nature, city, landscapes, etc…) and work really hard to obtain the best result I can. I can spend an hour looking…

My name is Alexis, I'm 18 years old, I live in Paris and I practice digital double exposure. I love art and I draw for many years, and I've recently started digital work for a better quality of my work. Usually I spend 3 or 4 hours making one double expo

McCor's first attempt at transforming a traditionally well-recognised London landmark - Big Ben - happened earlier this year, using a paper watch strap to obscure the clock face

London artist has transformed the capital's sights using cut outs

Brush up your skills with these photography exercises #photography #phototips…

Craig Roberts turns personal trainer and provides a set of photography exercises to help you enhance your photographic skills.

30 second exposure on a foggy night. Light source from my Android. OC [2836x4608] [xpost-pics]

the light trail here used a slow shutter speed to capture the movement of object/person. the image portrays a journey through the woods with the light trail presenting path the object/person has traveled along

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