The next subject I’ve photographed for the photography series is my close friend, Oliver Barlin.

Whilst me, Hamid and Patrick, who I’ve also photographed, were up in London on the 6th July celebrating London Pride, which by the way was massively packed due to such a huge turnout for the Pride March, with members of the public even climbing up high to seize the perfect photo opportunity, I seized the opportunity to photograph Oliver whilst we were in the middle of an interesting conversation.

These photos were well received after I edited them to black and white whilst reducing the aperture with the free apps, Focos and Depthography.

The turnout at London Pride was out of this world, it was so refreshing to see so many people coming together to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ Community in style and the weather held up really well and there was only very extremely light spits of rain, but London was in high spirits and everyone celebrated the occasion whilst the parade was on.

If there are any improvements you feel I could make and if there are any apps you can recommend that I can use when I put the best photos for each set together, please let me know below.

I hope you enjoyed this photo-set as much as I did when I produced it and if you did, please feel free to comment below and even share this photo-set around with everyone you know.

Alex Smithson

Device Used: iPhone 7 Plus

Apps Used: Focos & Depthography (Free)

Location of Photoshoot: Westminster Bridge, London

Date of Photo-Set Produced: Saturday 6th July 2019

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