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Beautiful Landscapes Within an Hour’s Journey from London

London is a true modern city, with skyscrapers and monuments everywhere you turn. Glass-fronted office buildings soar into the sky alongside Victorian architecture that has been immortalised by Dickens. But if you know where to go, there are plenty of beautiful landscapes waiting to be shot within an hour’s journey. Follow these tips and see what a day trip can add to your portfolio!

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Top 10 National Parks to Visit and Photograph in the Fall

Fall has plenty to offer for photographers. Not only can you capture amazing colors that transform a landscape, but the fall also comes with more comfortable temperatures and smaller crowds than you’ll find just a few months earlier in the summer. While there is no shortage of places that you can photograph in the fall, national parks are always among the favorites. With that in mind, here is a list of 10 of the best national parks to visit in the fall. If you’re looking to plan a trip, any one of these locations would be an excellent choice.

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The Best Cityscape Angles in London

Cityscapes can be just as interesting as landscapes – and when the city is a famous one, it takes on a special significance. It’s no wonder, then, that London’s skyline is a popular bucket list spot for photographers from around the world. But how do you get the best cityscape shots when you arrive? Here is a guide to some of the best locations and angles you can take to bring London to life in your images – and to make your viewers feel as if they are there themselves.

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11 of the Best Skylines in the World for Photographing

For those who love to travel, skylines and cityscapes present excellent photography opportunities. Although landscape photography typically involves natural elements like mountains, forests, and waterfalls, there is a place for urban landscapes as well. While cityscapes can be captured in countless cities, there are some that stand out. On this page we’ll look at 11 of the best skylines for photographers.

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Guide to Photographing Dry Tortugas National Park

Although Dry Tortugas may not be the first national park that comes to mind, it is definitely one of the most unique. Located in the Gulf of Mexico, about 70 miles west of Key West, Dry Tortugas is known for amazing sea life, beautiful birds, pristine coral reefs, and crystal blue waters. Fort Jefferson is the main attraction of this 100-square mile park, which also includes the seven Dry Tortugas islands.

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Photo Tour Through the Swiss Alps

The lofty mountains of Switzerland are a rewarding destination for nature photographers throughout the whole year. Geared with different lenses, photo filters, tripod and other useful photo equipment, you can take photos in every valley, gulch and gorge or on every mountaintop, pasture and glacier.

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