Top 10 Locations for a Photography Session
Are you looking for a magical place that gives so much intrigue and delights anyone could ever desire?
Whether you are taking photos for fun, or to add to your public gallery, these locations will stun you and make you want to get a ticket and/or a visa immediately.
Here are 10 locations we suggest you visit once in a lifetime, and of course don't forget to pack your camera + equipment!
While the country might be relatively small, what it lacks in size it makes up with a variety of stunning sceneries that range from crystal blue glacier lagoons to green moss volcanoes, red sand beaches, and black desert landscapes.
The Ring Road is a national road in Iceland that runs around the island and connects most of the inhabited parts of the country. The total length of the road is 1,332 kilometers (828 mi). Some of the most popular tourist attractions in Iceland, such as the Seljalandsfossand Skogafoss waterfalls, Dyrholaey, and the Jökulsarlon glacier lagoon, are by the Ring Road.
2. Torres Del Paine, Chile
This one is located in the south of Chile and is part of Patagonia. That's why it is also a great sight to behold. It records an annual attendance of 150,000 people. This place is characterized by wild weather conditions, great peaks, beautiful blue-iced glacier, turquoise water, and lots more. There is a myth that there might be something lurking in the forests so take care. The weather change here can be very instantaneous too. A shot from this place can be really magical and has to be in your collection.
3. White Sands, New Mexico, Mexico
Do you want something that looks more than normal? Capture this sight as the sun rises! It is a 275 square mile desert, filled with white sands. Hanging a picture like this in front of your shop will make your shop a must-pass for everyone.
Mexic alone is worth visiting but with this sight on your bucket list, you can plan in a stunning experience. Also, make sure to take a moment and deeply breathe the good air, maybe meditate for 10 minutes - you will definitely feel better after that!
4. Antelope Canyon, Arizona, US
This is a place many photographers yearn to be. The experience alone can be overwhelmingly pleasing. It is a natural Navajo cathedral with a maze through a sandstone slot canyon. If you skillfully time it, you can capture a beautiful golden yellow ray of sunlight through the curved whorls. Works especially well with a long exposure mode while it's nighttime. If you have a clear sky you might be able to get some good shots of the Milkyway with a nice composition.
5. Aurora Borealis, Fairbanks, Alaska, US
Can you imagine what it feels like when what you see in reality looks like a painting? This place gives that sensation. The best time to capture the moment is between late August and April. It is located at the aurora oval —within a ring-shaped region around the North Pole. It is one of the best places to capture the aurora. Also visible from the northern European countries like Iceland and Sweden of course. Don't forget to pack in some warm stuff to wear because it can get pretty cold for the adventurous Photographer up there.
l Park, New
York City, US
Wow! This sight can make you leave an interview just to capture the beauty. You can get the best of beauty all through summer. However, during spring, you have to time yourself so that you can still capture the beautiful cherries, the sweet-smelling green grass, and all the beauty it has to offer. This park houses about 21,500 trees which makes it a “green land.” In terms of area, Central Park is the fifth-largest park in New York City, covering 843 acres (341 ha). It is however the most popular park due to much attention from movie directors and musicians wanting to produce a video there... Oh, and it's in the middle of Manhatten (taking 6% of its total area).
7. Bora Bora, French Polynesia
It has two extinct volcanoes and is surrounded by a turquoise-blue lagoon. If you take a shot of this from a high platform, it can keep people wondering how beautiful nature can be. It can surely be compared to the Maldives, also a place worth visiting and on every couple's bucket list.
From green jungles over white, sandy beaches to purple sunsets over the bluest water you can imagine - Bora Bora has it all, for a costly price of course.
8. Waimea Bay, Oahu, Hawaii, US
This place will look curvily beautiful. There are waves that are as high as 30 ft. and on some occasions, you can capture the surfers riding the wild waves. It will look stunningly pretty as well as adventurous especially when the sun goes down! Other activities include: climbing the high mountains and volcanos, relaxing with a ukulele, and cooking some food over a campfire at the beach.
You should definitely visit this one, not only because of Hawaii's natural beauty and insane waves but also because of the laid back people and party vibes.
9. Macau Tower, Macau, China
Macau was a Portuguese colony until 1999 while construction on the tower started in 1998. It's a very high, beautiful, and athletic tower. You may want to capture a moment when athletes are doing a bungee jump from its 765 ft peak.
Prices differ, depending on your age and what you want to do on the tower.
If you are however not comfortable with heights or even scared, then we obviously don't advise you to visit this one!
Rather send a drone ;-)
10. The Neck, Falkland Islands
This is another magical place. Home of King, Gentoo, Rockhopper, and Magellanic penguins. Though it may be stressful to reach this location, yet, the beauty is worth the stress. You surely would enjoy having some nice penguins in your gallery.
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