A helicopter photographer takes amazing shots of London from the sky including a one of a paper recycling company in south east London.Read the full story ›
A picture of a goose under a stormy London sky has won this year's British Wildlife Photography Awards.
The snap by Lee Acaster shows the bird close-up by the Thames with the Shard in the background.
The shot beat thousands of entries to win a £5,000 prize.
Taken on Christmas Day this gallery of images shows a very different side of London. How the capital looks when there's almost no one aroundRead the full story ›
From Christmas lights in the West End, to the construction of Crossrail - London as you've never quite seen it before.Read the full story ›
As the millions of people who work and live in London will know, the pace of life can get pretty intense, even at night. Well, now a stunning new timelapse video has been produced, called 'restless nights' which captures the speed of life in the capital.
Photographer, Paul Richardson shot the film over eight days while cycling 200 miles around London. See the result below.
Stunning pictures entered into the ZSL Animal Photography Prize are now showing at London Zoo.Read the full story ›
A stunning shot of a turtle gliding through the sea and the breathtaking image of an ant carrying a leaf ten times its size.
That's just two of the mesmerising pictures entered into the ZSL Animal Photography Prize now showing at London Zoo.
The competition is held every year to inspire amateur and professional photographers to get out and capture the magic of the natural world.
A Southend man has created so-called digital time travel by photographing old pictures in front of their scene today.Read the full story ›
An Essex photographer has dusted down some old photos to bring the past back to life.
Mark Pilling has brought a unique perspective to Southend-on-Sea by holding up images of days gone by perfectly in front of buildings as they look today.
And the end result? A snapshot of how life used to be in the seaside town.
The process was painstaking and involved a very steady hand.
But it was worth it, Mark has now created a collection of time travel photos.
Wildlife photographer Roger Hooper has an exhibition of his work at the Oxo Tower. He says we can all take a decent picture no matter how good our cameras are by following a few basic tips.
Be aware of the background of your subject
Hold the camera steady!
Get down to eye level
Be prepared for all weather!
Have patience and perseverance