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Tuscany Photographer's Guide

Take memorable photographs during your visit to Tuscany and amaze your family and friends

Take memorable photographs during your visit to Tuscany and amaze your family and friends

Tuscany Photographer's Guide

by Marketing Partners
Tuscany Photographer's Guide
Tuscany Photographer's Guide
Tuscany Photographer's Guide

What is it about?

Take memorable photographs during your visit to Tuscany and amaze your family and friends !

Tuscany Photographer's Guide

App Details

Version
1.4
Rating
NA
Size
89Mb
Genre
Travel
Last updated
June 22, 2014
Release date
August 22, 2012
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App Store Description

Take memorable photographs during your visit to Tuscany and amaze your family and friends !

The Tuscany Photographer's Guide contains driving directions to 19 locations where the most famous of Tuscany's landscape photographs were taken.
Some of the locations represent hidden wonders of the region like the Bagno di San Filippo, some represent the iconic landmarks pictured on millions of postcards, calendars and albums like the cypress trees of Torrenieri and some were featured in the Hollywood movie "The Gladiator".

Each location has a written description of the sample images, suggestions on when is the most appropriate time to visit the location for best photographing conditions and what photography equipment can help to get the best image and results.
It contains downloaded maps of the region enabling easy navigation in the offline mode.
It also has lot's of practical information like distances to nearest towns or other photography locations from your current position. You can visit almost all these locations during one day.

For those of you, with an internet connection, there is a GPS navigation function which will lead you directly to the selected location.

Visiting these locations can also make a very attractive day trip program around the Val d'Orcia which in 2004 was added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.

*From the author*
I am a passionate landscape photographer and a traveler. I was also fortunate to become one of the finalist of the Hasselblad Master 2009 competition. During the last few years I participated in numerous landscape photography workshops and I realized that one of their greatest values were the locations where we were taken to by workshops leaders. Photographs from these locations were always attractive even when taken on days with less then perfect weather conditions. Later I started to organize the landscape photography trips for myself and found that finding attractve locations is most time consuming and often requires numerous visits in the region to discover most interesting ones. The Tuscany Photographer's Guide is the result of many visits to this beautiful region and many hours spent in the car and with a camera. I am sure this Guide offers great value to anyone who would like to bring from Tuscany photographs that will always trigger good memories from the journey and present Tuscany to all their friends with images of the highest quality.


Questions to the author and the publisher"
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