The world is full of breathtaking sceneries to explore and capture. Don’t limit yourself by staying in one place. Travel the world and you’ll experience a more satisfying life. In reality, photographers are the ultimate travelers. So let’s pump up your photography session with these scenic places!
The island of Santorini has captured the hearts of countless photographers. Who wouldn’t, right? The place is absolutely an ideal place for a photo shoot, from prenuptial shoots to Instagram feed. The colorful surroundings, the picturesque mountains and the inviting Aegean Sea, complete the beauty of Santorini.
HALONG BAY, VIETNAM
Considered as one of the most visited countries in Southeast Asia, Halong Bay is a top destination for photography enthusiasts. The entire place is perfect for every photographer who wants to have outstanding landscapes. This coveted natural wonder is literally a sight to capture. Left and right, you will witness the vast and magnificent creations of nature.
Take a cruise and experience photography in a nature-loving manner.
No doubt, Iceland is part of every photographer’s bucket list. The country is recognized for its geysers, glaciers and of course, the dreamy northern lights. The Aurora Borealis is best witnessed in the chilly country of Iceland.
A tip for everyone: Northern lights can be seen as early as August and as late as April. Even if you are in a plane, you will be amazed by this spectacular sight. There are also certain spots in the country that offer visible reflections of Northern lights like the capital, Reykhavik or the geothermal, Landmannalaugar.
BRYCE CANYON, UTAH
The thousands of crimson-colored pillars scattered all over Bryce Canyon National Park is a spectacular scenery. Every tourist who would visit the place will surely be in utter shock because of the immense collection of giant geological structures. The place can be a great backdrop for a photography session.
And the best thing about the setting is it needs a certain amount of hiking. For photographers who want to break a sweat, then Bryce Canyon is great choice.
THE GREAT WALL OF CHINA, CHINA
The name itself is literally a description of its beauty. The Great Wall of China has stood for ages, making it very appealing for photographers to capture such amazing structure. And in case you don’t know, the official length of the massive barrier is 21,196.18 km. Consequently, it is tough journey ahead.
However, there are different routes that you can take like the Badaling section, Jinshanling to Simatai and Gubeikou to Jinshanling. Whatever your route, you will still witness the vast manmade creation of all time.
Being a world heritage site, Cappadocia is flocked by tourists all year round. Many are amazed how an erosion sculpted the magnificent landscape of Göreme Valley. Göreme is a town in Cappcadocia, where “fairy chimney” pillars surround the whole place like towering fortresses. Photographers are not the only personas who are amazed by this natural creation. The locals and tourists of different professions are also captivated by its splendor.
Start your photo session in the morning by riding a hot air balloon. Then on the evening, head on to the top of Red Valley for a panoramic view of the sunset.
Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany
For castle fanatics, Neuschwanstein or New Swan Stone Castle in Germany is one great pick. Aside from its majesty, the palace is full of history. Originally, it was built for King Ludwig II. But even before the completion, Ludwig died. The castle’s design may look like a defense fortress, but in reality it served only as sign of appreciation and now, art.
There are a lot of ways to capture the dreamy fortress— ride cable car in Tegelbergbahn and hike going to Tegelbergbahn or Marienbrucke . But the best pictures of Neuschwanstein Castle is taken from a hot balloon ride in Fussen. However, the exterior of the castle is off limits for photography.
NAMIB DESERT, AFRICA
Who says deserts are nothing but dull and unflattering photography? You might not have set eyes on the world’s most beautiful desert, Namib Desert. Situated in the southern part of Africa, Namib is tagged as the oldest desert in the whole world.
Photographers are attracted to the place because of its vast setting that extends up to the Atlantic coasts of Namibia, Angola, and South Africa. And even if it is mostly occupied with barren dunes, there is surprisingly a visible existence of flora and fauna life.
Siem Reap, Cambodia
If you are planning for an ultimate photography session, then Cambodia is indisputably one of the greatest choices. Why? There are hundreds of reasons and here are some of it.
First, historical and spectacular structures are scattered all over the place like Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom and Bayon. Second, the unspoiled beaches give an impressive landscape photography. And third, natural attractions will make you forget about the real world.