Testing out my camera with my favourite muse, we took a trip down the east end of London. I took lots of shots for Jerome Six’s new promo mixes that will be out during the summer.
I had fun using my brand new camera, it’s always much more easier for me to get stuck right into things, rather than reading the manual and going on youtube tutorials for help. I had so much fun walking around and finding spots to shoot and just getting familiar with the new gear. This was before I bought a new lens so these pictures are taken with the 18-55mm lens but I already love the quality difference.
And lastly, I couldn’t not visit one of London’s most oldest Jewish bakery whilst I was in town, could I?
Freshly baked bagels, opened 24 hours with a recipe that hasn’t changed in over 50 years. I can understand why the queue was literally out the door. However, with competition just two doors down I think it’s clear to see that I picked the right choice, classic salt beef bagel. For me personally, it has to be no sauce and no gherkins but if your trying it out for the first time don’t try and fix the combo that’s been working for so many years – go classic, get the salt beef bagel with firey mustard and a tangy gerkin or the other best seller cream cheese salmon.
159 Brick Lane, London , E1 6SB
Opens 24 hours
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