Everybody knows that taking a ride on The London Eye will give you the chance to see one of the most spectacular panoramic views of London City; and on a clear day/night you can see as far as your eye can see.
But, what a lot of people do not know is that for the last 15 years since opening the London Eye pods to the worlds "view seekers" that this location has become a pilgrimage for any serious photographer wanting to grasp true control of long exposure; because The London Eye is a great subject photographically to get really creative with.
Photography Tours at Night have been offering Night photography workshops at this location for many years now, and we would like to mark The London Eye's 15th year in operation by showing the new Red London Eye. Alongside showing some photos of the Blue London Eye that we have all grown to love.
The Red eye Photographs contain 37 single photographs. And the blue London eye contains a display of 70 different photographs. All photographs were taken by participants and tutors while on our Westminster Photography Tour at Night.
If you are a photographer and you have not visited The London Eye yet why not plan a 1 night break with your friends, family and loved ones? London has a lot to offer the whole family and taking them on the London Eye itself is a "King of the World" feeling. You can also enjoy a boat ride down the Thames, and a visit to a museum or two.
And, when it's time for everyone to head back to the hotel, you can say goodbye for a few hours and join us for a photography tour at Dusk that will be sure take you to Photographic Heaven.
Make the London Eye your Must See place to Visit in 2015! To book a place on our Westminster Tour please click HERE.
Photography Tours at Night would like to thank Claire Buckland, Deevon Hart, Karl Hobbs, Kevin Bould, Lloyd Crawley, Mary Sexton, Matt Brooks, Nigel Watts, Raju Watt, Robin Atkinson, Sandy Eddleston, Tony Pickworth, and Tutor Katrina Frazer for donating their photographs for us to use for our artwork.