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Cornwall’s north coast near Bude is full of opportunities for landscape and seascape photographers. The Atlantic Ocean is always ready to put on a show and the dramatic cliffs, rocks and harbour give you plenty of options. Go on your own, or get a guided tour. But don’t miss it!
While David Griffiths is no stranger to long uphill hikes to photograph from mountain-top locations, he’s also a connoisseur of easy access “park & shoot” spots that offer dramatic compositions. Here, he outlines some of his favourite locations along a beautiful 12-mile stretch of road.
Scotland’s Argyll offers spectacular mountains, seascapes, castles, steam trains, and oh yes, some of the finest whiskey too! Mikey McManus, a professional drone pilot, shows you Argyll from the air. Read the article, watch the video and start thinking about your Argyll travel plans…
MIKE CHESWORTH: It’s time for Liverpool to get more attention from photographers …
PAUL COMPTON & GEOFF MOORE: You’ve photographed the Lake District. You’ve explored and shot the mountains of Snowdonia. But have you captured the beauty of the Malvern Hills?
PAUL THOMSON: I know of an old Borrowdale hidden water mill, tucked away in the Lake District valley. The rain came, and two weeks later I was back, this time with much more water running …
WILLIAM RIGBY: Sometimes, even the most modest subjects become iconic. At Llyn Padarn in North Wales you’ll find one of the icons of lone tree photography.
JAMIE OVERLAND: The Fens can be a desolate place. It’s a flat 15,000 square mile expanse of reclaimed wetlands, from Lincoln in the north to Cambridge in the south.
Tavistock is on the western side of the moor and is an ideal location from which to explore.
CHRIS SALE: With so much choice it can be difficult to decide which locations to visit. Here are some of my favourite locations for Lake District landscape photography.
Let photographer David Griffiths be your Snowdonia mountain photography guide. Snowdonia offers 15 peaks of 3,000 feet or more, all within a small area.
GARY NORMAN: I’ve shot in many UK cities, and in this post I’ve highlighted five of my favourite London street photography locations.
DAVID GRIFFITHS: Why has Snowdonia landscape photography become so popular? Equipped with some good local knowledge, North Wales can be a location to beat all others.
SIMON BURN: For me, few experiences can equal Dartmoor landscape photography. As a photographer, Dartmoor National Park in the heart of Devon, always calls me back.
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