I haven't made it out to shoot since we visited San Francisco last month. As is often the case, I've fallen into a bit of a rut since returning from our trip. At my wife's encouragement, I decided to dig into the archives and revisit my images from London. I don't take the time to look through my old images as often as I should, but whenever I do, I usually discover at least a few new shots that I overlooked during my initial edit. Here's a set of images I put together from London that includes a few new discoveries from my latest look through my Lightroom library.
During our visit to Paris, we took a day trip to London that gave us roughly 11 hours to explore the bustling city. Since I'm still struggling with editing my images from Paris, I decided to shift my attention to some long exposure images from London. Here are three that were shot using the X100S and the Lee Seven5 filter system I purchased shortly before our trip. The items I ordered included a filter holder, 49mm and 58mm adapter rings (for the X100S and the XF 14mm), a Big Stopper 3.0 ND, and a Soft-Edge 0.9 Grad ND. I haven't used the system enough to decide if it's a better solution than the screw-on ND filters I've been using, but I will say that the Grad ND came in handy on many occasions.