5 Breathtaking North London Photography Locations
Spring is just around the corner and the world is beginning to look a little bit more colourful again. If you’re starting out in the world of photography and want to try out your skills or maybe you just bought a new camera and want to take it for a spin? We’ve collected the best places in North London to take pictures that will impress everyone, no matter what your skill level! Read on for some serious inspiration.
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One of the highest points in London, Alexandra Palace is a beautiful spot to take pictures. The incredible view is perfect for night time photography, panoramic shots and outdoor portrait photography. The building itself is a historical Victorian masterpiece and looks stunning on camera. Surrounded by an expanse of grass, trees, breathtaking sights and even some fallow deer, this is a perfect spot to capture some impressive photos.
Regent's Canal is a beautiful location to stop for a photo. These lovely willows create a stunning backdrop to the historic waterway and boats travelling down the canal.
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Another beautiful North London location filled with hills, views, wildlife, ponds and ancient trees, the Heath is legendary in it’s capacity for exploration and great photographs! The long grass and rich woodland make it the perfect place for moody pictures when the weather is bad, delicate close ups of the incredible nature and capturing the glory of British Summertime on those rare occasions when the sun is shining.
Arguably North London’s most vibrant place, Camden Market is a veritable haven for beautiful imagery. From the beauty of the lock and the iconic market sign painted over a railway bridge, to the authentic punks, alternative fashions and the treasure troves of colour – the market stalls themselves. It’s a great place for portrait photography, street style and the food market makes it an awesome spot to capture great images of enviable food.
This is a great place if you’re into nature photography. The dense woodland means the area is bursting with animals, beautiful trees and interesting lighting effects. Perfect for spring, the woods also look incredible in autumn and of course, when it snows. If you get the chance, why not make a project out of it and track the changing of the seasons as your photography skills grow and develop?