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posted by Aaron Yeoman alias Aaron Yeoman [Old Account] on Saturday 29th of March 2014 07:20:00 AM
www.aaronyeomanphotography.co.uk | 500px | Facebook | Twitter | Getty Images | Google+ Aloft London Excel Hotel, London, England I have been eyeing up this staircase for a little while now, I am starting to run out of staircases now in London so starting to look further afield. Anyway, this is a small staircase that is located in the Aloft Hotel in the Docklands, right near the Excel. Very similar to that of the CitizenM Hotel staircase I posted a few weeks ago. Maybe not as decorative as the one at CitizenM Hotel but still makes a great image. Really like the way the staircase is made of two halves, one out of wood and the other being concrete. Also, this is the first image I have taken with my Sony Zeiss 16-35 and to me the difference is 'Night and Day' compared to the Minolta 17-35 I had but I suppose it will be as it costs so much more and its in a league of its own. I am going to look forward using this lens :-). Hope you all have a great weekend! Photo Details Sony Alpha SLT-A99 / ISO100 / f/13 / 1/6s / Sony Carl Zeiss 16-35mm F2.8 ZA SSM @ 26mm Software Used Lightroom 5 Colour Efex Pro Location Information Aloft Hotels is a brand of hotels based in North America. Its parent company is Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, although it is referred to as "a vision of W Hotels". The concept was developed in 2005, with the first hotel opening at the Trudeau International Airport in Montreal in 2008. Aloft Hotels have since opened across North America and internationally. Most Aloft hotels are located in city centers or in close proximity to airports. The brand is most notable for its modern architecture design style, with unique technical aspects and an atmosphere that encourages socialization. Another characteristic of Aloft hotels is the naming of basic hotel amenities. For example, in each hotel, the swimming pool is referred to as "splash". The staff of Aloft Hotels use the same lingo, and may greet guests by saying "Aloha!". en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aloft_Hotels
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