The Photographer’s Guide to Cornwall

September 17, 2019 - Comment

With a wealth of beautiful beaches, dramatic cliffs and stunning shoreline geology, Cornwall is a seascape photographer’s paradise. But with over 300 beaches and 250 miles of coast to choose from it’s hard to know where to focus your efforts. This book guides you to the best photography locations Cornwall has to offer, from the

With a wealth of beautiful beaches, dramatic cliffs and stunning shoreline geology, Cornwall is a seascape photographer’s paradise. But with over 300 beaches and 250 miles of coast to choose from it’s hard to know where to focus your efforts. This book guides you to the best photography locations Cornwall has to offer, from the finest clifftop views and the most photogenic beaches to the quaintest of Cornish fishing villages and harbours. While seascapes along the fabulous coastline are undoubtedly the main draw in this area there are plenty of other gems to explore, such as abandoned tin mines, waterfalls, ancient monuments and the landscapes of Bodmin Moor. Features include: 50 brilliant photography locations, such as beautiful beaches, dramatic cliff views, quaint harbours, lighthouses, tin mines, tors and ancient monuments. Detailed directions to each location, including annotated maps, where to park and satnav information. (Postcodes for satnav are given in the book. GPS co-ordinates are available online.) Advice on the best time of day and the best time of year to visit the locations. Table of sunrise and sunset times for the area. Useful information on what season to visit, practicalities for shooting seascapes and tide times. Suitable for all levels of photographer – from beginner to professional. Handy A5 size fits perfectly in your camera bag.

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Anonymous says:

Disappointed As a photographer in Devon I thought this would make a useful addition. Some useful info and beautiful photos. My big argument and this is where some other books on the subject are superior is that there is no technical detail ie settings used focal length of the lens camera iso etc I would recommend either Adam Burton or Ross Hoddinot books on the same subject. This is just my opinionn

Anonymous says:

Very Useful Lovely descriptive book, just what I was looking for

Anonymous says:

Looks good See if we can get some good photos In October

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