Shot at the very top of The Shard, at over 300 metres above the River Thames, this extremely high-resolution interactive gigapixel 360 degree panoramic photograph allows you to explore London’s skyline in exquisite detail. Many of London’s most famous and iconic buildings are visible in this 360 panorama. From the latest additions to the City […]
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If you’re heading off to sunnier destinations from Gatwick Airport right now, you might just notice one of my Shard images… The image measures 32m (105′) long by about 5.4m (18′) tall. Viewers can really get lost in the detail as the resolution is so high, even at this scale. You can see the panorama […]
View across the River Thames from Rotherhithe over to Canary Wharf. Canary Wharf Pier is visible down on the water, and it’s here that the Thames Clipper docks with commuters coming from up and downriver to work at Canary Wharf. The tallest building in the image is One Canada Square, also visible are 25 Canada […]
Canary Wharf was built on the old West India Docks in the Isle of Dogs. With the advent of major container ships in the 1960s, the docks, which were suitable only for smaller vessels, had steadily declined and by 1980 had closed entirely. The area has been reinvented as a major London business district, with […]
This high resolution panorama follows the River Thames as it flows past HMS Belfast, the prestigious developments of More London, including City Hall, towards Tower Bridge, resplendent in blue and white following it’s recent repaint. Across the river, in the City of London, many of its iconic skyscrapers are bursting into light as twilight falls […]
London’s skyline is constantly changing and this high resolution panorama features two striking new buildings, both close to completion. In the foreground is 20 Fenchurch Street. Its nickname the ‘Walkie Talkie’ can be attributed to its bulging, concave form. Just behind is The Leadenhall Building, rising to 225m, designed by Richard Rogers, architect of the […]
A high resolution panorama overlooking Trafalgar Square, London, as the lights come on to illuminate Nelson’s Column, the Landseer lions and the fountains. The National Gallery, St Martin-in-the-Fields Church, Canada House, and South Africa House can all be seen around the square with the London Coliseum (home of the English National Opera) in the background.
To mark the opening of the Shard’s viewing gallery (‘The View from The Shard’), today The Guardian are featuring 2 of my interactive deep-zoom images captured from The Shard in their online and print edition. The online edition features an exciting interface which allows you to zoom in and click on hotspots for information. As […]
Here you can really look into the City – the panorama is incredibly high resolution so whilst you can stay panned back to take in the views over the Barbican to the Heron Tower, Tower 42, The Gherkin at St Mary Axe, the new Rothschilds Bank HQ at St Swithin’s Lane and the Shard, go […]
London’s brief stillness in the minutes after rush hour has ended before the evening’s activity truly begins. The panorama takes in most of London’s major landmarks from The Shard to Canary Wharf, The City of London with St Paul’s Cathedral, with the Thames dividing the city and the Tate Tower bisecting the image.
High resolution 360 interactive panorama shot from the crane at the top of the Shard, London Bridge. The Shard is the tallest building in the European Union and the viewing gallery will open to the public in 2013. Most of London and beyond is visible in this Gigapixel image, from the skyscrapers of the City […]
This 360 image was captured at the top of the Shard London Bridge, 310m above London, on the night of the student protests in November 2010. You can see the police helicopters hovering over London above the demonstration. Technically this was a very difficult shoot, I was on the crane at the top of the […]
Panoramic London cityscape at twilight with views over the City of London. The Shard lit up though still under construction can be seen in the far right of the image, with familiar buildings the Gherkin (St Mary Axe), Tower 42 and the Heron Tower in the City of London to the left. The image is […]