The Kensington + Picadilly Circus Photoshoot Route
London has some amazing photoshoot locations! Notting Hill, Tower Bridge, Westminster Bridge, Hyde Park, Regents Park…it can be hard to choose! If you’re looking for a shoot with some personality and a little of the typical photoshoot route, check out this shoot in Kensington and at Picadilly Circus to see if it’s right for you!
Start in Kensington
Declared the ‘Royal Borough’ in 1901, upper class families re-located here and a wealth of upscale shops and restaurants opened up to keep them all happy. The buildings are still wonderfully immaculate and a collection of parks provide a little bit of peacefulness in the city on a sunny afternoon. Wander around with no plans and get lost in the architecture, shop at the designer boutiques, relax with a coffee in one of the parks, or check out one of the top restaurants London has to offer.
Grab the Tube, and Some Photos on the Way
Take a quick metro ride and pop out at Picadilly Circus for some fun, urban shots.
Typically called the “Times Square of London”, you might wander around thinking you are in New York! Although you might be underwhelmed by it at first, grab a spot by the Eros statue and people-watch for a few minutes, and you’ll see why Piccadilly Circus is considered a special place in London. It is estimated that nearly 100 million people walk through Piccadilly Circus each year! Piccadilly Circus connects Regent Street, Shaftesbury Avenue, Covent Street, Glasshouse Street and Haymarket, all famous London streets in their own rights.
All Photos Captured by Local Lens Vacation Photographer Natasha in London