Any time is good to photograph this location – however it is not easily accessible at high tide. Sunrise and sunset seem to be the favoured times for photographers to visit when the tide is low, enabling long exposures over the rocky platform.
The sunset pictures around the lake are epic at all times of the year. From early January till end of summer, the lake fills up with water and on days with no wind, this forms a natural mirror. Reflections are awesome.
For a frontal shot of the Houses of Parliament, the best spot is just across the river (Batthyany tér underground stop on Line 2, or Halasz utca if you’re looking for a parking spot). There’s a promenade all along the Buda side, so you have a lot of options to find the most interesting angle. It’s worth taking at least one full frontal shot – incidentally, with a 35mm lens the facade fits right into the frame. There’s a lot of room to set up a tripod as well if you’re going for a night shot. Watch out for bikers on the promenade when you work with a tripod – they tend to ride like there’s no tomorrow. The building faces West and gets a warm, lovely light around 5-8pm during the summer. At sunrise it’s backlit from the right (when facing the building).
This spot is an absolutely amazing spit to go as a beginner to help hone in your skills and to get some good practice taking photos of nature. This spot is also excellent for more professional photographers to get some beautiful photos of Florida wilderness.
We were there during Summer, and so the sunsets were pretty late (10:00pm). Golden hours are better to shoot and dont forget, this is one of most photographed locations in Alberta. So come in early and take the spot; This place is pretty close to the Fairmont hotel;
Lavasa is India’s first and largest hill city being developed by HCC. It is located in the picturesque landscape of the Sahayadri Mountains and is set amidst 7 hills and 60 km. of lakefront. A 3 hours drive from Mumbai and an hour’s drive from Pune, the city is a fourth of the size of Mumbai.
After visiting Pemaquid Point Light every year the summer when I finally received a quality camera I knew amazing photos would be coming. Sunrise is one of the best times to take photos in this location because it adds a dramatic background to the rocks and light house in the foreground. To get sunrise photos you have to get up rather early because summer sunrises are around 5am. All seasons would be good for this location as it just changes the overall feel whether there is green grass or a coating of snow. If venturing out onto the rocks infront of the lighthouse be very cautious of slippery rocks because you won’t know is a rock is actually slippery until it’s to late!
Born in 1867, Gastown is now home to many coffee shops, souvenir stores, restaurants and nightspots. You can suddenly get a different buzz once you enter this area as the architecture here delivers a different feeling from the rest of the city. Narrowed streets and stone pavement. All the historical buildings are well-preserved. I find the night times here most attractive. When the night comes, the trees are all lit up and sometimes when it’s drizzling(which seems to happen quite often in Vancouver), the stone pavement reflects the light from its surroundings. Also, the steam clock is a good photo spot as it is definitely one of the icons of Gastown. Sometimes you can see photographers setting up tripods in front of the steam clock.
This is a piece of nature so you can bring whatever you want (multiple cameras, tripods, etc.). There are multiple vantage points of the falls, which can be seen by climbing in/on/around rocks, trees, etc. The Falls are beautiful any time of year, however Autumn and snow on the ground prove to be the most picturesque.
The entire trip from Te Anau to Milford Sound is beautiful. This photo was taken pretty early in the morning in August meaning that it’s winter in New Zealand. The first half of the trip to Milford was dry and the second half was a sort of snowy drizzle, although the road had been cleared of snow before we arrived.