Hidden high in the Lillooet Range of British Columbia, Canada you’ll find vibrant turquoise streams of glacial meltwater. This natural phenomenon only happens for a few weeks each year and I have to say, photographing this landscape in is something I’ll never forget.
Provence Lavender Fields – Valensole Plateau Want to skip through purple fields of lavender as bees buzz happily around you and the warm summer sunshine lights up the sky above?
Lanzarote – A Volcanic Beauty of the Canary Islands As far as landscapes are concerned, Lanzarote looks a little like the planet Mars blended with the Mediterranean Coast.
Landscapes of Provence, France – What Time of Year to Visit Provence Awash with red, purple and yellow the landscapes of Provence are a landscape photographers dream canvas.
Lofoten Islands, Norway. They’re rugged, wild and oh so beautiful. The Lofoten Islands are fast becoming one of the most popular destinations for photographers and this guide will show you all the best locations to capture the scenery from all angles.
Iceland Photo Locations: Skógafoss Waterfall Skógafoss is one of those places you instantly become fixated with. The gushing waterfall dazzles with rainbows dancing in its mist, sea birds and their white wings soaring through watery curtains and the powerful sound of the Skógar River dropping over a 60m cliff.
Whitehaven Beach = The Most Photogenic Beach in Australia From the air Whitehaven Beach is like an abstract painting. It’s sandy swirls, teal water and carved channels twist and turn like Picasso’s paint brush.
Santorini Photo Spots + Beaches Dreaming of a romantic trip to Santorini with your camera? Rugged cliffs rise from the Aegean Sea toward white washed villages perched overlooking a volcanic caldera.
Beautiful Beaches to Photograph Around the World Coastal landscapes have a way of drawing photographers to their shores. Whether it’s their crystal white sands, alluring clear waters, rugged rock formations or people watching potential.
Iceland is another world filled of natural inspiration and all things photo worthy. Photographing the diversity of landscapes has long been the main motivation behind my work.
Creating sunstars is a simple and fun way to add a little flair to your landscape and travel photography. You’ve probably seen professional photographers whip out some sun sparkle and wondered how on earth they can do it when your camera just over exposes the sky making it all white when the sun is shining!?