Photographing the Peak District: A Photo Location and Visitor Guidebook

July 31, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

The template for all photography location guides. Clearly a huge amount of thought, preparation and time has gone into making this superb book. The level of detail added to each location is really impressive, the authors have thought about every eventuality a photographer may face including where to eat and sleep if required. While the purist would argue location searching should form part of a photographer’s work the simple fact is many amateurs do not have the time – if you’re visiting the Peak District and want to know where to go (and…

Anonymous says:

The best photographer guide book by a mile The Fotovue guides are extremely comprehensive and a huge step above other similar books, more expensive than some but great value for the effort these have taken to complete.The detail is excellent, from the mapping, parking, food and even accommodation.Each area gives you clear travel instructions, with viewpoints for these areas and best times to visit. The photography in the book is excellent, photos have basic exif info and even the time of year they were…

Anonymous says:

I thought that I knew all the best locations, but there are many places featured in … I have lived on the edge of the Peak District all my life and have walked and photographed it for over 50 years. I thought that I knew all the best locations, but there are many places featured in this book that I’d never even heard of. Thoroughly recommended if you walk and photograph in the Peak.

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