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26 Tips for Photographing in Tuscany

In Photo Locations by Bastian Bodyl0 Comments

Tuscany is a Region in Italy with a lot of hills, smaller and bigger historic towns and beautiful details. The whole region is a big photography playground and covers everything from underwater to drone photography. This article gives you some inspiration and ideas for your trip to photographer’s paradise Tuscany. 1 – Go by Car …

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7 Exciting Photography Subjects in Dull Small Towns

In Photo Locations by Andy Perkins6 Comments

The struggle to find fresh, interesting photo subjects is unending. But don’t make the mistake of thinking that every small town trip is a one-way ticket to photo Dullsville. There are plenty of exciting photography subjects in small towns and rural areas, if you know where to look. Courthouses, parks, festivals, golf courses, farms, lakes …

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Top 25 Hidden Photo Spots in Washington, DC

In Photo Locations by Frank Gallagher9 Comments

  Hello and welcome to Washington, DC!  I was born here and love this town.  As a visitor, of course you’ll take the typical shots of the monuments, government buildings, zoo and museums!  But, if you want to get away from the hordes of selfie-stick-toting tourists, here are some of my favorite off-the-beaten-path photo locations. …

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Travel Photography Shot List to Keep You Creative

In Photo Locations by Tracy Munson1 Comment

The excitement of planning and packing. All of the unfamiliar sights, and sounds, and smells. Jet lag, language barriers, traveler’s…stomach troubles. Once you’ve reached your destination, it can all be pretty overwhelming. You want to make sure to come away with something more than the same old travel snapshots all the other tourists are taking. …

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21 Photography Tips for Paris

In Photo Locations by Brent Huntley3 Comments

I spent seven nights in Paris a few months back and had great intentions of adding to the great series of “A Photographer’s Guide to … (Boston, Death Valley, Joshua Tree, Glacier,  Philadelphia and so on)” we have seen on the website recently.  Unfortunately, our second day there, the whole family came down with something.  I …

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The Photographer’s Guide to Death Valley

In Photo Locations by Kevin D. Jordan5 Comments

Death Valley National Park is a lot of things.  It is the home to the highest recorded temperature on Earth (134 degrees Fahrenheit). It is home to arid deserts, sand dunes, and soaring mountain peaks.  It is the largest national park in the contiguous United States (seriously, it’s enormous).  It is also a unique and …

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Joshua Tree Photography Guide and Best Photo Spots

In Photo Locations by Kevin D. Jordan6 Comments

Joshua Tree National Park is a gem of a desert landscape in Southern California.  Despite its beauty, the park is one that is somewhat ignored by many photographers in comparison to areas such as Death Valley National Park, which is located only a few hours away.  Joshua Tree does not have many of the iconic …

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Eastern Newfoundland: A guide for photographers

In Photo Locations by Tracy Munson9 Comments

When most people think about visiting Newfoundland (if they think about it at all), they picture the towering fjords of Gros Morne National Park and the colourful houses of Quidi Vidi village in the capital city of St. John’s. Admittedly, those alone are reasons enough to visit, but any photographer who passes on exploring the …

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The Photographer’s Guide to Glacier National Park

In Photo Locations by Kevin D. Jordan7 Comments

Glacier National Park is a nature photographer’s paradise.  The dramatic, jagged peaks, and harsh topography provide photographic angles and compositions that are limited only by how far you are willing to hike or how high you are willing to climb.  Glacier also offers wildlife such as black and grizzly bears, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, mountain …