Oh I wish I could make this event and naturally very curious to know where you have secured access to this time — well done to you and the @Echo team for making the photowalks bigger and better all the time. Please share the photos!
Hi @Ben, thanks for coming, it was a very enjoyable afternoon. Stay tuned for our next photowalk, more ‘special locations’ TBA soon.
Hi everyone, our next @Echo Photowalk will be on Friday 29 September 2017 – 7PM.
To celebrate our last Echo Photowalk of the series, we’ve decided switch things up by turning the lights out. You’ll be taken on a guided tour of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park at night time with Simon Cole of Hackney Tours and local photographer Frank Da Silva. After all, the night is dark and full of… treasures!
You’ll also get an inspiring introduction to night photography by our special guest photographer and a chance to explore both the technical and creative sides of night photography surrounded by some of East London’s most iconic venues.
Limited spaces, please book your place at: https://billetto.co.uk/e/echo-photowalk-the-night-is-dark-and-full-of-treasures-tickets-210225
For more information, please visit: https://economyofhours.com/photowalk/
100% up for this, I’ve booked my place! Frank is the main man and these events always pull amazingly talented photographers to learn from — Night time: cameras, lights, torches & bike lights + beers afterwards!
Group Photo by Charles Gervais @bothhemispheres
For more information about future events, please visit http://economyofhours.com/photowalk
Hi guys, I dabble in photography so would love to come out on these walks. My photos are mostly shared on Instagram if you want to have a look.
Would be good to find out how to get involved in a photowalk.
Have you seen the East Village photo(s) here?
From April 2012, so 6 years old and quite outdated. I wish there were a nicer one.
But it would have to be copyright-free…
Anyone get any snaps of the rather dramatic lightning last night? I was only using my phone so the lighting is not great but managed to get this.
Here’s the uncropped version of my photo taken during the thunderstorm that occurred over London this past Saturday.
On this photo — Manhattan Loft Corporation (Manhattan Loft Gardens/under-construction new residential tower), Westfield Stratford City, the IQLondon, ArcelorMittal Orbit and a glimpse of the London Stadium.
PS - the Greenwich Meridian laser can also be seen beaming across the background above Westfield on the left.
Photo by @frankdasilva
Seen on Broadway
Thu 7 June 2018 / 18:00 – 19:00
Meeting outside Stratford Station (by the steps at Meridian Square), 21 Station St., London E15 1DA
Stratford Original, in collaboration with London Borough of Newham, commissioned Thomas Matthews design agency for a series of bespoke artwork interventions as brick-wall murals and creative lighting installations along Stratford’s Broadway. This is part of our recent public realm enhancement projects in the area, including our wayfinding initiative.
To celebrate our latest project, we have organised an hour walk around Stratford town centre as part of this year’s London Festival of Architecture.
Starting with Stratford’s iconic Shoal installation and walking through to the Cultural Quarter and up to Broadway High Street where are new artwork is, participants will get the opportunity to explore some of Stratford’s unknown past, hidden and historic gems along with gaining an insight into current movements in this exciting borough which is in constant transformation.
Join us for an informative walk and talk with key stakeholders, followed by refreshments and nibbles at Stratford’s very own rooftop bar.
FREE >> tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/seen-on-broadway-tickets-41074318392