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Photography in Ireland? The Three Sisters Call Your NameIf you’re visiting Ireland for photography, the Three Sisters should be on your list…By Darren J Spoonley - subscribe to Darren's YouTube channelIf you have the opportunity to visit Ireland to take some epic...
MASSIMILIANO FULGOSI: I first fell in love with the Dolomites about 10 years ago. That love affair continues to this day. Alpe di Siusi, the focus of this photographic study is my “happy place”, where I can hike, breathe in the mountain air and take pictures far from day-to-day stresses.
VIERI BOTTAZZINI: The jagged peaks of the Dolomites are a true photographer’s paradise. There are iconic shots like the Tre Cime di Lavaredo, or the San Giovanni church in Ranui, along with fresh, rarely visited locations, where you can create images no one has ever seen.
DIARMUID O’DONOVAN: This was a bucket list trip that delivered epic images and film footage. If you’ve got Lofoten on your “must go to” list, take a look at these tips so you know can prepare and make the most of your experience.
PAUL HAMMETT shows us his favorite Swiss Alpine views from the mountain tops near Zermatt. It’s not just the Matterhorn, but also many other nearby peaks. To quote Paul, “When it comes to landscape photography, this is like shooting fish in a barrel.”
SIMON BURN: When it comes to photography and filmmaking, Malta has it all: here are some top Malta photo locations that feature stunning landscapes.
DARREN J SPOONLEY: There are some great locations on Ireland’s Copper Coast. Photography and filmmaking locations among cliff faces and ten lovely beaches in sheltered coves.
Mike Goodwin is lucky to have visited twice to shoot many locations and can offer you many insightful Iceland waterfalls photography tips.
MIKE GOODWIN: There are two kinds of landscape photographers: those who have photographed Iceland’s waterfalls, and those who are planning to!
ANDY STROTE: Venice is a photographer’s paradise. While every city has something unique to offer photographers, Here are my Venice photo tips.
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