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London attractions: Capture the sights and sounds of London with the Photo Walks of London tour
Published: Tuesday 30th of April 2013
If you are a lover of photography who is keen to capture the essence of some of the most renowned London attractions, then the Photo Walks of London will be right up your street.
Walking tours last for approximately three to four hours and run on a number of different themes. Guests can choose from a historic tour which takes off from central points in London such as Big Ben or Westminster Abbey.
There is also the Pool Of London which takes place from Tower Hill Underground Station. The other tour includes the London photography tour which leaves from St Paul’s Underground Station. Night tours are also available.
Highlights of the tours include, the history of some of the most famous London attractions themselves, photographic techniques on how to capture them effectively and camera functions, plus many more.
It doesn't matter what level of photography you are at, these tours are a fun way of helping you to not only make the most of London but to make the most of your camera too.
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