Posts tagged with "travelphotography"

England Photo Tour Guide
For me personally, England (or better said the whole UK) is the best country worldwide to practise your landscape photography skills. The country is amazingly beautiful. But also interesting villages, architecture features and street photography is a delight in England. See the most beautiful (photo) spots of the country in this guide - with interactive map!

Italy Photo Tour Guide
There's a good reason that Italy is the dream destination for amateur and professional photographers. From stunning hilltop villages to spectacular mountain ranges, rolling hills and a vibrant history (and don't forget the good food!) - Italy has it all. Islands, mountainous areas, sheer cliffs, secluded sandy beaches, hilly areas - name it and you will find it. See the most beautiful (photo) spots of the country in this guide - with interactive map!

Switzerland Photo Tour Guide
Summer or winter - Switzerland is a real gem for photographers. Some spots are hard to reach and you need to hike. But also easy accessible spots you'll find in this photo tour guide. From North to South - travel through the Swiss Alps with this guide, interactive map included.

10 BREATHTAKING PHOTO SPOTS IN THE DOLOMITES. Switzerland has mountains. Apparently. Austria too. Germany also has a few. But to my liking - the best part of the Alps that you can find in Italy, especially in the Dolomites. It is a landscape photographer's paradise. Some spots are easy to get to, unfortunately you can feel it when you share your photo spots with dozens of other photographers. To some places you have to hike a bit. You will only meet a handful...

10 BREATHTAKING PHOTO SPOTS ON ICELAND. OK, let's face the truth. A trip to Iceland isn't as much fun as it was once. Too many tourists are overcrowding the best spots, well known through Instagram. But there is also good news: if you 1. don't only focus on (the admittedly easy reachable) spots in the South and 2. if you dare to visit Iceland during the harsh winter time, you will experience an atmosphere which is truly unforgettable! And as more as you venture up North - as less tourists...