Added by on 2016-10-02

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Finding compelling and inspiring landscape locations to shoot can be pretty hard, especially if you don’t know how to research them in the first place. I want to share with you a few tips and techniques that I’ve learnt for researching and finding awesome landscape locations. ================================== Website: 500px: Flickr: Twitter: Facebook: Google+:


  • Jason Lee 4 years ago

    Immensely helpful! Thanks!

  • Legend Of Wayne 4 years ago

    That's great if you want to shoot the same places everyone else is shooting. It's a lot harder to find places that haven't been done to death and still make a decent shot. It's just when I see 100 beautiful shots of one place, usually from the same location, it makes me want to find something else to shoot instead.

    The catch though, is that there are good reasons why everyone flocks to the same places all of the time.

  • IceFox333 4 years ago

    Really really good tip! And so simple as well. Thanks!

  • Michael Port 4 years ago

    I very strongly recommend everyone reading this to look at the "oneofakind" app for IOS (and possibly android) that has the locations, tips and details of thousands of excellent photography spots.

  • chris paul 4 years ago

    Great Video Craig, the place you have Singled out looks amazing, think I'll put that in my to do bag, Thanks Chris.

  • Prince Amevor 4 years ago

    good job mate as always

  • wonderwall135 4 years ago

    Is Flickr also good for that instead of 500px?

  • Robin Snelson 4 years ago

    Cheers fella I really enjoyed that 🙂 lots of good advice

  • Paweł MMR 4 years ago

    Hey Craig. I very like watch Your videos on YT. You're doing a great job. If you ever gonna to visit Warsaw / Poland please let me know. It would be great to meet You. Best Regards.

  • Paul Rose 4 years ago

    Great advice and insight to researching areas. Thanks for sharing :)

  • Ben Soumokil 4 years ago

    Thanks Craig! This was such a helpful video! keep it up dude.

  • Declan Graham 4 years ago

    Wealth of information, thanks for sharing Craig :)

  • James Findlay 4 years ago

    just call it the "buckle" that's what mountaineers call it Craig. and if it helps the Kingshouse hotel is 2 miles from it and you get deers walking around the car park there. When parking near the spot in the photo DO NOT park in the passing place lay by, drive further down over the bridge and there is a few wee spots to park. Then walk back over the bridge and across the field to the water fall and the buckle is in the background. P.S below the bridge is a bigger waterfall but you can't see the Buckle from it to well. Add to that you tube has ideal videos of the location like this one.

  • Aminuddin Basir 4 years ago

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Bob Rutan 4 years ago

    Good info Craig…

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