Great place to photograph people enjoying water sports with 4 lakes, beach and river. Use a fast shutter speed to capture the action. Also good for bird photography if you have a long telephoto lens. Read more.
Arrive at sunrise for spectacular shots of the ocean from this historic site, but don’t bypass the Atlantic White Cedar Swamp hike that leads to it – it’s a forest like none you have seen. Read more.
Take photographs of tourists, pigeons, and gelato lovers in Venice’s most famous square, then hire a gondola ride to photograph the people and buildings along the Grand Canal. Read more.
Hike around the reservoir for photos of wildlife, water fowl, flowers, winter ice formations, boats. Grab some photos of ethnic fishermen and women in interesting hats on Knight Road Bridge too. Read more.
Use a polarizing filter or shoot at an angel when taking pictures of the butter cow to avoid reflections on the glass. Read more.
In addition to taking pictures of the mission, you'll also want to photograph the gardens. You can take a garden tour. Check out their photo policy if you're looking to do commercial photography. Read more.
Use a long telephoto lens to create a tight composition of the Statue of Liberty. Read more.
Use a wide angle lens to photograph the panoramic café scene in Milan’s mind-blowing open-air 19th Century shopping mall. Read more.
Eat local seafood and amazing pasta outdoors and take pictures of street life on this charming square. Shoot a close-up of the Charles Dickens plaque on the restaurant’s second floor exterior! Read more.
Stand in front of the palazzo. Use a wide angle lens to shoot the opposite side of magnificent Piazza Sordello. The soaring Duomo should be on the right of your frame. Read more.
Don't forget to take photos of the tailgaters. Fan pics can be just as exciting as game pics. Read more.
Things to photograph: African Savannah, Wolf Woods, Spaulding Lorikeet Landing, Penguin Walkabout, Butterfly Garden, Tulips in the Spring. Check their schedule of animal encounters for photo ops. Read more.
You'll want a wide angle lens to photograph the buildings and a normal or telephoto lens to take people pictures. Consider taking a wagon or train ride too and visit the Old Time Photo Studio! Read more.
Head to the roof of the third largest church in the world to shootsoaring city views—and the distant Alps on a clear day. Read more.
Sunrise and sunset are the best times to photograph the sweeping panorama of Manhattan that you see from this unique site. Read more.
Take a picture of Claes Oldenburg’s oversized sculpture of the Typewriter Eraser Scale X In front of the dangerously leaning Veer Towers. Read more.
If you stand on top of Lombard Street, starting at Leavenworth Street, you can get a great shot of all the hairpin turns as well as some beautiful floral landscaping. Read more.
Try a very long shutter speed -1 to 2 seconds - and a polarizer to photograph the many waterfalls. A wide angle lens will be useful to shoot the covered bridges at the park. Read more.
A wide angle or medium telephoto lens is ideal to photograph the globally rare Dwarf Pine trees. Read more.
Take indoor photographs of the soaring multi-story lobby of this 5-star Venetian hotel. When you get home, rent The Tourist starring Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp and relive the magic! Read more.
The top features to take photos of are the tall moon bridge straddling a wandering brook, the Temple Gate & Pagoda above a waterfall and the sitting Buddha statue. Read more.
Very discretely snap cell phone pics of Italy’s hottest accessories in the exclusive basement Design Supermarket of this luxe department store. Read more.
You'll need flash to take photos inside the dwellings. Check out the carvings on the rocks at the base of the cliff. Use a wide angle lens and f/16 to take them with the dwellings in the background. Read more.