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Old 01-07-2007, 01:31   #1 (permalink)
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Where Do You Go To Shoot Landscapes?

When you go walkabouts for landscape shots, where do you go?? I mean, surely you can't just walk anywhere, it's likely to be private property I'm dying to go walkabouts for landscape shots, but don't really know where to start
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Re: Where Do You Go To Shoot Landscapes?

i havent done too many landscapes yet but ive tried to go to local places and get the hang of it there!

ive tried local parks / harbours / rivers etc, some local private land like Shanes Castle (a lot of acres of lovely land and historic castle) aswell but my dad knows everyone around here so havent had any bother that way so far!!

im always thinking of new places but theres not that much of a choice or maybe i havent the eye to see a good shot!!

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If i'm going off the beaten track i always use an OS landranger map the other option is to research the area you would like to see for walking guides etc on the internet. The other good source of information are local tourist information centres then can be really helpful!
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I go on the back roads and take pictures from there. It is amazing how far out one can get doing that. You would never know the pictures were taken from a road.
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Re: Where Do You Go To Shoot Landscapes?

Charlotte,

Your profiles says you live in Hampshire, so these might be some use

Walking in Hampshire homepage
BBC - Hampshire - Features - Hampshire Walks
Hampshire Walks (page 1 of 1)

I've never been walking in Hampshire but have been camping with the kids around much of the midlands and north, mostly we do a quick search for local attractions, walks, beauty spots etc on the net before we go and then do whatever suits according to the weather. Local council sites and the BBC often have some nice, well described walks which are reasonably family friendly (ie not hardcore hikes) which is good if you're carting a tripod with you.

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Re: Where Do You Go To Shoot Landscapes?

I use a number of different ways to find good landscape snapping areas, a certain photography mag runs an article on '25 best places in a certain area' cant remember which of the monthlies it is but every now and then they'll run it. I also have a few books; Britain's most amazing places (which i know you have Charlotte ), The pip travel photography guide to England (It has a bit on the New Forest). Also on many many occasions i have just drove about all evening looking for places, areas etc

For me living on the coast I'm lucky because just to the west of Poole is an amazing coastline that runs for many miles which is where i go for a lot of my shots (as you can probably see from my gallery as the mostly seascapes). Also i grew up in Bath and know so many places in and around bath where i could get some great shots (all yet to be photographed) and i also have a brother who lives in Pembrokeshire which is just a landscape photographers dream.

So for me its a mixture of all of the above, and hey if you ever fancy venturing down to take seacapes Charlotte let me know and i'll give you a tour of the Jurassic coast.
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As near as possible, as I'm a lazy git
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Depending on whether going for a shot, going for a walk/hike or going from A to B.

If the first, don't use books (never look at) or photos (as I don't want to be swayed), so try and go to places that are not really visited. Rarely works, so end up taking the shot you've seen a thousand times before!

Walk/hike I almost always go off a circular walk (so have a good set of books/guides) and use combo of the guide, OS map and GPSr

Downside to the A to B is that you're usually not at the right time of day, weather and can't see/think of a good location! I frequently drive South Wales/Peak District and have "cut the corner" to take in the Malvern Hills as things were looking good. By the time I get there the sun's gone, it's freezing cold and for some strange reason I've lost all incentive to take a shot!

See the bottom of http://www.pixalo.com/community/phot...ews-15632.html as I've done a description of how I ended up with those first 2 pics
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To me the hard side to this is when you have exhausted all the nearby places - you know, half an hour in the car. Then the skill is to return to try to get a different slant on a place you have photographed before.
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If the first, don't use books (never look at) or photos (as I don't want to be swayed), so try and go to places that are not really visited. Rarely works, so end up taking the shot you've seen a thousand times before!
Yes i can be abit like that but i use books/magazines as a rough guide to areas then head of the beaten tracks and you can find some gems. Its also useful i find to see what has been done before then try and not to replicate these but move half a mile down down the coast or road!

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To me the hard side to this is when you have exhausted all the nearby places - you know, half an hour in the car. Then the skill is to return to try to get a different slant on a place you have photographed before.
I find different times of the day and year can give you a totally different view of the same area
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When you go walkabouts for landscape shots, where do you go?? I mean, surely you can't just walk anywhere, it's likely to be private property
Not a problem up here. We have right to roam laws - recently challenged by the bint that owns stagecoach but that's another story.

We can pretty much go anywhere as long as
1) it's not a state/military type place
2) Your not invading someones privacy - going up to the windows of a stately mansion for example
3) You don't leave a mess behind you.

We can even wander over farmers fields etc but we're to keep to the edges and not destroy crops.

Pretty cool. But we always had unwritten rules about access.



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Just bought myself a sigma wide angle zoom lens so just started to look for good landscapes. However the Local Authority parks are good, especially if they have lakes in them. also I live on the edge of the Peake District National Park so I'm hoping to get out there (if this b---dy rain ever stops) and get some good shots.

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Just as a follow-up Charlotte, I drove my wife to Boundary Mill in Colne and decided to take the scenic route across Widdop Moor. I've done this journey many times and taken photos but, as Stiupot said, this afternoon's weather gave me a different take again.
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I live on the edge of the Peake District National Park so I'm hoping to get out there (if this b---dy rain ever stops)
Weather in the Park today been great for dramatic shots (tho not been out myself)
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Many thanks for all your wonderful replies Yes, I've exhausted most of the nearby scenic places, but only shooting from the car - with baby asleep in the car, so could never go walkabouts. But now she's bigger, that doesn't happen anymore, so I wasn't even getting out in the car to take photo's However, now that she's settled well into pre-school, next term will bring the opportunity of her staying a bit longer on a couple of days a week, + for me that will mean a bit more freedom to go on proper photo hikes (yay!); still reasonably local, but I'm really looking forward to being able to spend the best part of a day out with my camera for the 1st time ever, instead of limited to the garden(!) or during my 'lunch hour' while she's at pre-school - this time-to-myself has only been an hour or so at a time up 'til now. OK it will still be the 'wrong' time of day for all intents + purposes of getting the best shots, but hey, I'm grateful for the time I can get

Good thinking Stu + Stephen re: re-shooting previous locations ... I'm sure I could do better this time around, e.g. my shots of Brook etc., so thanks for that idea, I'll certainly look at doing that

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Join something like the National Trust or the RSPB. Watch Country File on BBC TV on Sunday. They always give me good pointers.
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I usually just do as dogdots says, take pictures from (or near) the side of the road. Just drive around the myriad of country lanes and keep your eyes open...just remember to stop when you think you've seen something, rather than staring at it to be sure and crashing the car.
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if you havent already discovered--winchester hill just off a32 at west meon/warnford/corhampton- lots of views and car parking opportunities-lots of wildlife there too
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Thanks for info guys Cheers Dave, that's what would be really helpful now, is if peeps know of specific locations in Hampshire It's mostly farmlands around here + I haven't really seen much else in the way of landscapes to shoot ... sadly, no beautiful waterfalls like you bucky luggers in other parts of the country have There are loads of woods + forest areas which I'd like to shoot, so that'll be one subject I'll be going for I think.
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Don't underestimate farmland. Trees on the edge of a field, with maybe an interesting crop or livestock are staple landscape shots, mix in a farm building or two for flavour. It's not all waterfalls and alpine mountains.
The river Test just north of Romsey would be well worth looking at, it's crossed by lots of roads, lots of bridges and the like, always good ground for taking pictures.
The New Forest is right on your doorstep, and huge, there has to be a picture somewhere in there. Pass though it and you're really not that far from the coast, seascapes!
The landscape around Stockbridge is basically the South Downs, lovely flowing little hills and valleys, real picture postcard stuff all the way from Salisbury to Winchester.
You're best bet is just explore it all, drive every little road and get to know the lay of the land and see what inspires you.
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Isn't there the Test or the Itchen way or somesutch in Stockbridge. That's good for some pics.
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Also remember the time of day can make a difference. Ideally you want the "golden hour" for landscapes as midday stuff can look a bit harsh sometimes. Trouble is the golden hour(s) are a bit of a pain to get to - especially in the summer. :/
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Thanks for the ideas Liam, all very useful, + Chris too

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Would love to be able to catch the 'golden hour' OP, but unfortunately it coincides with my daughter's dinner-bedtime And forget the early 'golden hour' ... There's no getting me out of the land of nod then, after being on pixalo all flamin' night
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