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38 vibrant photos of London from Lee Hardy

Rainbow-bright pictures with a sense of humour

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<The photographer: 'I can't think of any city in the world that has more to visit than London. I was born and bred in the city, but got into photography a few years back. I started off mainly doing all the graffiti stuff around east London but have been all over the city in the past few months. I head straight out from work with my camera and don't get home until midnight (most say I'm mad but I love it). The old back streets of the East End are my favourite places to shoot.'

The setup: 'I don't use filters or any fancy gadgets. I don't even own a DSLR but must say that the Sony camera I currently use really produces good results. I hope to show that you don't need thousands of pounds worth of equipment to get half decent photos.'

The work: 'I go through phases: night stuff, old London streets, I even got soaked to the bone getting the rain shots (umbrella had a hole in it). I want to have a go at black and white stuff next. The best time to wander with the camera is early morning when no one is about. You start off with the 'tourist' things, then end up up doing the weird and wonderful stuff off the beaten track.'

Love these photos? Find more from Lee on his Flickr and Facebook.

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