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Nice to see our SNAPP Pros are now regularly using SNAPP Guides to plan for their photography trips. Here @etunar road tests @piotrskrzypiec9198's SNAPP Guide to photographing Moravia and we think you'll enjoy the results! (Check link in BIO!!)

From SNAPP guide to photographing Glencoe, Scotland, by @r0binkphotography: Buachaille Etive Mor.

This viewpoint is probably the busiest spot in the Highlands of Glencoe - for good reason. The view is just spectacular and the waterfall with the Buachaille in the background is a beautiful landscape shot to take home. It is quite easy to find, isn’t physically demanding and is easy to take.

From SNAPP guide to photographing Dubai by @marekkijevskyphotography. 😎

Dubai is the largest and most populated city in the United Arab Emirates. It is located on the southeast coast of the Persian Gulf and is the capital of the Emirate of Dubai, one of the seven emirates.
Dubai is a cityscape photographer’s paradise that rivals New York, Shanghai, Tokyo or Hong Kong with state-of-the-art multi-lane highway grids and breathtaking spaghetti junctions, a futuristic metro system, the world’s largest man-made islands and some of the tallest skyscrapers in the world, including the 828 m Burj Khalifa which dominates the skyline.

From SNAPP Guide to photographing Istria: Bale (Valle), Croatia.

Bale (Valle) is a beautifully preserved medieval town not far from Rovinj. Its beginnings date back to Roman times. It is another very typical Istrian town, built on a hilltop with narrow streets and stone houses that create a special atmosphere. The town is dominated by the bell tower of the Parish Church of St. Julian, built at the end of the 19th century.

St.Troitsa, Bulgaria by Dancho Hristov. ❤️ St.Troitsa chapel is a very enigmatic and powerful place providing opportunities for endless different compositions as well as highly dynamic weather conditions. The view from the peak reveals the horseshoe shape of the rocks beneath and wonderful landscapes. #snappguides

Photographing Olympic National Park - SNAPP guide by @kirkendall_spring.

The beautiful and diverse Olympic National Park lies at the center of the Olympic Peninsula and encompasses three very distinct ecosystems: the Pacific Coast, the temperate rain forests and the glacier clad peaks of the Olympic Mountains. In short, Olympic National Park is a photographer’s dream with the mountains to visit on sunny days, the coast to visit on partially cloudy days and the rain forest to explore when the sky is completely overcast. The one negative is the rain – temperate rain forests require a great deal of it, around 144 inches, (366 cm), annually.

Dubrovnik is one of the best places in the world to photograph. It’s no coincidence that this beautiful medieval walled town was selected as the perfect setting for the filming of Game of Thrones or as the backdrop for many other films and commercials. The Old Town is an incredible subject for a photographer, both for its stunning cityscapes as well as its maze of intimate, historic streets offering inspiring architectural details and street scenes. Add to this an incredible setting on the Adriatic coast, with wonderful sunsets, stormy clouds and winds and great photos are pretty much guaranteed!

Bohinj, Slovenia
As you know, we're all about sharing the best locations with photographers, so we love it when you share your favourite spots with us! Thank you @julesr03 for tagging #snappguides! Great photo!

Pool of the Fairies, Plitvice National Park, Croatia.
This must be one of the most photographed waterfalls in the national park. But - to photograph here you will need a lot of patience since as the boardwalk is very shaky and there are always many people passing by.

Lago Nordenskjold, Patagonia by @hougaard_malan.
Lago Nordenskjold is a truly massive lake and straddles almost the entire southern base of the Cordillera del Paine. Its main inflow is near the Eastern gate of the park and it’s main outflow is Salto Grande, where it falls into Lago Pehoe. The shores of this lake probably hold limitless photographic potential, but to truly explore you’d need to go off-route on a backpacking adventure. Fortunately, Just walking another 10-30 minutes past Salto Grande will already reveal a fantastic diversity of foregrounds to compose under the mountains.

Brimham Rocks, Yorkshire Dales National Park by @matrobinsonphoto.
Brimham Rocks are some of the most spectacular rock formations in the country, standing up to 10m high and covering roughly a kilometre square, there are endless opportunities for photography, climbing or just enjoying a look around as a day out. You'll be amazed by how the rocks have been eroded into weird shapes and unbelievable balancing structures.

East Meadow (West Rocky), Rocky Mountain National Park by @erikstensland.

East Meadow is a large marshy meadow that extends for about a mile along the East Inlet Valley. It is ideal habitat for moose which can often be seen grazing in and around the meadow. A large mountain overlooks the valley. Its official name is Mount Craig, although the locals all refer to it as Mount Baldy.

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