this guidebook will take you to the most beautiful and photogenic places in Scotland. In this extensive photo-location and visitor guidebook, award winning Scottish photographer Dougie Cunningham explores and describes the most beautiful places in Scotland to visit and photograph.
From Glencoe to Glen Torridon, Skye to Shetland, Callanish to Cairngorm, this guidebook reveals the islands and mountains, glens and lochs, rivers and coastline and visits ancient stone circles, fortified houses, medieval castles, crofts and peel towers. The classic views are included and many more lesser known and hidden gems amongst the Lowlands, Highlands and Islands of this spectacular country. Also included are photographic tours of Edinburgh and Glasgow, and a handy list of the best Scottish whiskey distilleries to visit.
Photographing THE LAKE DISTRICT is a comprehensive photographic-location guidebook to the most beautiful places to take photographs in the English Lake District. The book guides the reader to beautiful places and gives advice on how to take the best photographs when there.
Detailed directions with maps and sat nav information are given, along with access information including whether a location is accessible by wheelchair.
The locations include: Lakes, Fells, Valleys, Waterfalls, Cottages & Farmhouses , Woodlands, Rivers, Bridges, Boats, Jetties, Wildlife, Classic Views, Landscapes & Panoramas, Villages, Shows and Events, Historic Houses, Castles & Gardens.
The second section consists of chapters offering photographic advice on how to improve your photography including: camera and lens choice, composition, exposure, depth of field, sunrise and sunset photography, how to catch a rainbow and how to photograph waterfalls.
PHOTOGRAPHING DORSET is a photography-location guidebook that guides the reader to the best places for photography in this beautiful county.
Dorset is home to some of the most beautiful photographic locations in the UK. On its 95-mile long Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site, you will find the pinnacles of Old Harry Rocks and the famous arch of Durdle Door. Just inland is the 11th century Corfe Castle, the moored boats at Wareham harbour and the rolling hills and villages of Thomas Hardy's Wessex.
Over 60 locations and 250 beautiful photographs are featured together with detailed maps, directions and co-ordinates for each location. The guide suggests the best time of day and year including seasonal highlights. There are accessibility notes, a sun compass, a list of shows, events and Dorset villages.
PHOTOGRAPHING CORNWALL AND DEVON is a photography-location guidebook.Boasting much of the UK's most spectacular coastline, together with endless rolling hills of patchwork countryside and the high moorland of Exmoor and Dartmoor, the South West is renowned for its beautiful landscapes and is rich with photographic potential.
Author and professional photographer Adam Burton describes 70 of the best locations in Cornwall, Devon and West Somerset for photography in this lavishly illustrated photography-location guidebook featuring 300 stunning photographs, including detailed advice on how to take great photographs.
The book features seascapes and beaches, Cornish tin mines, headlands and cliffs, villages and harbours, taverns and inns, packhorse bridges and megalithic sites, churches, rolling patchwork countryside, waterfalls, streams and mystical woodlands, granite tors and moorland. There are detailed OS maps with directions and co-ordinates for each location, location accessibility notes, best time of day and year including seasonal highlights, sun compass, photographic tips and techniques, special advice on long exposures for seascape photography.
PHOTOGRAPHING NORTH WALES is a comprehensive photo-location guidebook including: Snowdonia National Park, the Isle of Anglesey, the North Wales Coast, Llyn Peninsula, Llangollen and the North East.
Author and local North Wales photographer Simon Kitchin describes over 100 locations and several hundred viewpoints for the reader to visit. Each location chapter starts with an overview describing historical, literary, geological, and natural history features including the photographic potential of a location. Suggested photographic viewpoints are described at each location along with advice on how to take the best photographs whilst there. It is lavishly illustrated with over 300 high quality colour photographs of North Wales landscapes. This guidebook will appeal to both keen photographers and anybody with a camera who visits North Wales.
The locations include big landscapes and panoramas; lighthouses; beaches; mountains; villages; castles & abbeys; churches; waterfalls; lakes; wildlife; slate quarries; heritage steam railways; industrial heritage; military aircraft; shows and events; gardens; historic houses; seaside resorts.
This guidebook will take you to the most beautiful and photogenic places in the Peak District. PHOTOGRAPHING THE PEAK DISTRICT is a photography-location and visitor guidebook. The Peak District is a beautiful upland area at the southern end of the Pennines stretching from Ashbourne in the south to the M62 in the north. The northern Dark Peak is an area of wild heather-clad moorland lined by gritstone edges and boulders that contrast with the limestone plateau and deep dales of the White Peak. Cut by sparkling rivers, populated with beautiful villages, a rich industrial heritage and home to Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall, the UK's first national park has photographic opportunities around every corner, all year round.
FEATURING: - 150 locations including all the classics - 750 photographs - Detailed maps, directions and co-ordinates for each location - Best seasons and time of day to visit - Sun compass - Accommodation and best pubs - Roadside and short walk locations - Longer photographic walks - Accessibility information.
Locations includfe: Ladybower & the Derwent Reservoirs, Bamford Weir, Stanage Edge, Hathersage, Surprise View & Padley Gorge, Froggatt Edge & the Eastern Edges, Dove Stones Chatsworth House & Haddon Hall, Tideswell & Litton, Peter's Stone & Cressbrook Dale, Monsal Dale & Ashford-in-the-Water, Bakewell, Hartington, Lathkill Dale Dove Dale, Vale of Edale, Winnats Pass, Mam Tor, Cave Dale and Peveril Castle Kinder Downfall, Three Shire Heads, Lud's Church, Parkhouse and Chrome Hills, The Roaches, High Tor & Matlock Bath, Peak Rail, Black Rocks of Cromford and Derwent Valley Mills.
Photographing London Volume 1 is the definitive photo-location and visitor guidebook to London, invaluable to both visitors and locals alike.
Explore London's famous landmarks and hidden gems with award-winning photographer and London local, George Johnson. Over 400 locations are described - illustrated with over a thousand stunning images - showing you where to take the best photographs in London with tips and techniques on how to improve your photography.
Each location, from Buckingham Palace to St Paul's Cathedral, is described showing the best viewpoints for photography with street maps, written directions, postcodes and nearest tube stations, making it easy to find your way about. As well as all the famous landmarks you'll be led down cobbled alleyways to old pubs, secret gardens and old parts of London that even locals don't know about. Historical details give an interesting back story to each location.
Areas covered include: The City and London Bridge, Borough, The Southbank & Westminster, St James's & Victoria, Battersea, Belgravia and Chelsea, Hyde Park, Kensington Palace, Kensington and Knightsbridge, Little Venice, North Kensington and St John's Wood, Camden & Regent's Park, Covent Garden, Fitzrovia & Kings Cross, Barbican, Temple & St Paul's Cathedral.
Photographing London Volume 2 is the definitive photo-location and visitor guidebook to London, invaluable to both visitors and locals alike. This second volume of George Johnson's magnum opus explores beyond Central London to the London boroughs a short tube or bus ride away.
Here you are mainly off the beaten track although Greenwich, Richmond Park with its famous deer rutting, The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew and the royal splendour of Hampton Court Palace will be familiar to many. The locations included are a mix of of the urban and semi-rural with woodland parks, cemeteries, leafy residential streets, old houses, the skyscrapers and docks of East London to visit - but be prepared for some surprises as you leaf through this guidebook.
Includes: Stoke Newington, Hampstead & Highgate Cemetery, Finchley, Hackney, Waltham- stow, Epping Forest, Rotherhithe, Isle of Dogs & Canary Wharf, Woolwhich & Emirates Cable Car, Greenwich Observatory & Cutty Sark, Nunhead, Sydenham & Crystal Palace, Kew & The Botanical Gardens, Hammersmith, Richmond Park, Kingston-Upon-Thames & Hampton Court Palace, Clapham.
Explore and discover the most beautiful places in Northumberland with this definitive visitor and photo-location guidebook. From coast to castles, endless beaches and windswept hills, you'll experience solitude and a hearty welcome in the kingdom of Northumbria. Northumberland is a magical place to visit and Anita Nicholson leads you to ancient castles; hidden gardens; unspoilt beaches; rolling hills; rugged moorland; sweeping views, villages and friendly little market towns.
COVERING: * Berwick-Upon-Tweed * Lindisfarne * Bamburgh Castle To Howick * Alnwick & Coast * Druridge Bay To Collywell Bay * Cheviot: Moors & Valleys * Northumberland National Park * Simonside & Rothbury * Kielder & Otterburn * Hadrian's Wall & The West With 62 locations described and illustrated by over 500 colour photographs, Photographing Northumberland is the definitive visitor and photo-location guidebook to photographing this beautiful county. It includes the best places to stay, eat and drink.
FEATURING: * 62 locations and over 500 beautiful photographs * Detailed maps, directions and co-ordinates for each location * Best seasons and time of day to visit * Sun compass * Accommodation and best pubs * Accessibility information
In this comprehensive 448-page photo-location and visitors guidebook Drew Buckley takes us along the Pembrokeshire coast visiting the most photogenic locations for photography: sandy beaches, cliff tops, rocky stacks emerging from the sea, panoramic headlands, lighthouses, fishing villages and harbours, seaside towns, and woodlands filled with wild garlic and bluebells. Included is the Gower, with its towering sea cliffs and big vistas, Carmarthenshire's Laugharne castle and Dylan Thomas's writing shed, and many locations in South East Wales including the Welsh capital of Cardiff and its bay.
Then it's up the peaks of the Brecon Beacons for lofty views over the surrounding bucolic countryside, down the Monmouthshire & Brecon canal, and he guides us around Waterfall Country, perhaps the best place in the UK for autumn waterfall photography. Further north locations in Ceredigion are described and the dark sky area of the Elan valley, including the nearby red kite centre.
This guidebook Includes topographic OS maps, co-ordinates and directions for all locations, and recommendations on where to eat and stay, along with advice on the best time to visit and take photographs.
Explore and discover the most beautiful places in Wiltshire. Visit and photograph the ancient and mysterious sites of Stonehenge, Avebury and Silbury Hill; the great houses and gardens at Longleat, Bowood, Wilton, Stourhead; villages and churches; Georgian Bradford-on-Avon and the chalk White Horses and the Fovant Badges etched into the hillsides. You will enjoy photographs of the strip lynchets along the downs where sheep have grazed for centuries; the big open farmland, the Ridgeway, the chalk streams; Salisbury Plain and Salisbury Cathedral.
With over 500 colour photographs, Photographing Wiltshire is the definitive visitor and photo-location guidebook to photographing this fascinating county. Introductory sections explain the story of Wiltshire's varied landscape, exceptional cultural heritage and diverse wildlife. It will appeal to Wiltshire residents, outdoor enthusiasts, photographers and anyone who loves Wiltshire and would like to understand it better.
Visit and photograph the most beautiful places in East Anglia with this detailed fotoVUE guide, covering the Norfolk coast and the Broads, the Suffolk coast and Cambridge.
Discover the fens, heaths, villages, windmills, waterways and woodlands that inspired the paintings of John Constable and Thomas Gainsborough. Over 150 locations, 800 stunning photographs and detailed maps and directions with a curated list of the best places to stay, eat and drink.