Photos of the Day: Aerial Photographs of London by Jason Hawkes.
Jason Hawkes has specialized in aerial photography since 1991, is based just outside London in the UK, and works worldwide.
He shoots from single days for architectural visualisation companies to organising multi shoot ads for large ad agencies, annual reports, and even whole image libraries for branding agencies, working all over the world and organising all helicopters, production and permits needed.
His clients include brands such as Amazon, Rolex, Microsoft, HP, Citi, Siemens, Red Bull, Nike, Coca Cola, Nokia, BT, Conde Nast , HSBC, NatWest, Ford, American Airlines, Toyota, Smirnoff, Mitsubishi, Samsung, National Geographic, O2 and BP.
He has produced over 50 aerial photographic books for publishers such as the BBC, Random House, Dorling Kindersley and Harper Collins.
Operating worldwide, Jason Hawkes specializes in shooting from a height of England and, in particular, of London, to which today we’ll see.
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Photos of the Day: Aerial Photographs of London by Jason Hawkes:
Buckingham Palace – the official London residence of the British monarch (currently – Queen Elizabeth II):
The Shard (in Russian “Splinter”), built on the site of the London Southwark Towers, a 25-storey office building constructed in 1975. March 30, 2012 the building reached its top mark in the 309 meters, becoming not only the tallest building in London, but also the second largest building in Europe:
Platforms People do not even know that of shoot:
Hyde Park – Royal Park area of ??central London. From west to adjoin Kensington Gardens. Traditional place of political rallies, festivals and celebrations:
Vauxhall station in London:
O2 Arena in London – a multi-purpose stadium. in Europe. This is one of the largest indoor arenas in Europe:
Westminster Palace – building on the River Thames in the London borough of Westminster, where the meetings of the British Parliament – and Big Ben:
Morning. Visible to Trafalgar Square, the Thames and the London Eye – one of the largest Ferris wheel in the world 135 meters tall.
The 40-storey skyscraper in London Mary Axe, 30. Residents in greenish glass and characteristic form called his “cucumber”:
Westminster Abbey, the Thames and the London Eye:
The construction of the London Underground:
Another view of the tallest building in London – “Splinter”:
Pedestrians on London Bridge. Until 1750 it was the only place in London where there was a bridge over the River Thames:
Tower Bridge and skyscraper “Shard”. This drawbridge in central London on the River Thames, is one of the symbols of London and Britain:
Tower Bridge at night: