A Landscape Photographer's Guide is your resource for planning trips to and photographing some of the UK's most beautiful photographic locations. Each guide is more than 30 pages long and has detailed information for five locations. The information

includes the latitude and longitude of the best parking, a detailed description of the walk from the parking to the location as well as the strenuousness of the walk and the length of time it takes. The location itself has a comprehensive description and interactive 360

degree panoramic photographs. Finally each location has a map with interactive sunrise and sunset information. We recommend using Adobe Reader for viewing the guides. Interactive content does not currently work on mobile devices.

Guides

A Landscape Photographer's Guide to the White Peak Sample

The White Peak is the southern half of the Peak District National Park. This free sample guide includes Baslow Edge.

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A Landscape Photographer's Guide to the White Peak

The White Peak is the southern half of the Peak District National Park. This guide includes Shining Tor, The Roaches, Windgather Rocks, Curbar Edge and Padley Gorge.

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A Landscape Photographer's Guide to the Central Dorset Coast Sample

The Central Dorset Coast covers the Dorset coast from Weymouth to Swanage.

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A Landscape Photographer's Guide to the Central Dorset Coast

The Central Dorset Coast covers the Dorset coast from Weymouth to Swanage. This guide includes Durdle Door and Man O' War Cove, St Oswald's Bay, Mupe, Pondfield Cove and Kimmeridge.

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A Landscape Photographer's Guide to the Norfolk Coast

This guide to the Norfolk coast includes Cromer, Morston Quay, Wells-Next-The-Sea, Holkham and Hunstanton.

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A Landscape Photographer's Guide to the North East Lakes

This guide includes Aira Force, Castlerigg Stone Circle, Ashness Bridge, Friar's Crag and Falcon Crag.

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Connected 2014

This is the eBook that accompanies the Connected 2014: A Tale of Two Cities exhibition by the Nottingham Flickr group.

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