What do you see when you look up?
In cities, the buildings are defined not just by their own shapes, but by the shapes they make in the sky.
The spaces between the buildings are often as important as the buildings themselves.
This week we will be looking at the relationship between the sky and the buildings. How is the building affected by the sky? Do the buildings frame the sky?
Is the sky integral to the building?
How can we use the sky to help us with our composition when photographing buildings?
How do different skies, different angles, different qualities of light help us tell a story with our cityscapes?
This meetup will help you think about the often ignored, but vital component of your image, the sky. It will help you to bring all your compositional elements together and we will concentrate on exposure and discuss the problems, pitfalls, and solutions of photographing skies.
The Pub will be:
Here's a review: "Probably the pub with the rudest service in London. My boyfriend and I were treated so badly that I won't go there anymore for any reason. And that's a shame, because the pub itself is nice and historical and I used to love it."