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Question - Anyone good at rooftopping and photography help me?

Amillw

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#1
Hi, im new to doing this exploring and i really wanna go up high buildings and do photography and filming, but i was wondering if anyone could help? I live close to London and reading, thanks!
 

host

28DL Regular User
Regular User
#2
I hear peter parker (spiderman) is good at that kind of thing…sorry i couldn't help myself. Wish i could help but I'm not into roof tops, my best advice is get a half decent tripod and a half decent mate to go with.
 

Amillw

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#3
I hear peter parker (spiderman) is good at that kind of thing…sorry i couldn't help myself. Wish i could help but I'm not into roof tops, my best advice is get a half decent tripod and a half decent mate to go with.
haha! ok yeh iv got both of those i just thought someone might have any tips of any buildings and stuff, but thanks for the reply!
 

UrbanLime

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#4
High ones usually work the best...

But in all seriousness, find a building you want to get some views from and do some research in to the site etc.
 
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BRITTON

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#6
Yeah, i always like to check out the site on street view, and then do a lap of the perimeter in daylight before going later at light.
And in regard to the photography make sure you have a tripod and shoot on longer (1 second +) exposure and as low ISO as possible to avoid grain.
And never be complacent when your on the top of a structure. Always think through every movement you make.
And have fun ;)
 

Amillw

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#7
Yeah, i always like to check out the site on street view, and then do a lap of the perimeter in daylight before going later at light.
And in regard to the photography make sure you have a tripod and shoot on longer (1 second +) exposure and as low ISO as possible to avoid grain.
And never be complacent when your on the top of a structure. Always think through every movement you make.
And have fun ;)
Thank you very much for the help!
 

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