Welcome to fotoVUE

We work with the best landscape and outdoor photographers to produce and publish high quality photo-location guidebooks. As well as guiding you to the best places to take photographs in an area, our guidebooks are full of inspirational photography and give technical advice on how to take the best photographs.

South West Guidebook Offer 

Photographing Dorset, and Photographing Cornwall And Devon: 20% off and free shipping when bought together.

These gloriously illustrated and meticulously researched photo-location guidebooks take you to the most photogenic and beautiful places in the South West. Annotated OS maps, clear directions and co-ordinates help you make the most of your visit.

Your guides are two of the most respected professional photographers in the UK, Adam Burton and Mark Bauer, who also share their photographic expertise with lots of tips to help you make the most of your photography whether you are a dedicated landscape photographer or are on holiday with an iPhone in your pocket.

Normally £23.95 each, £47.90 for both. Get both for 20% off….£38.32  and free shipping.

News

Over the next few weeks we are going to introduce several of the author-photographers who are working on fotoVUE photo-location guidebooks. • click on an image to get a slide show of photographs • First is Beata Moore who we signed up a couple of months ago to write and photograph the photo-location guidebook Photographing […]
When Stuart’s Photographing The Lake District was going to press in May 2014 we both knew the next step was to find talented photographers and writers to author a series of well-researched, beautifully illustrated and high quality photo-location guidebooks to the whole of the UK and beyond. If we were to publish books that would […]
When the weather forecasters talk of snow on the hills, it's not something that really affects those of us living in East Anglia. Justin Minns, author of the forthcoming fotoVUE photo-location guidebook to East Anglia, feels the pressure.

Features

In November 2016, fotoVUE director Stuart Holmes went on a month-long expedition with friends to attempt a previously unclimbed peak in the shadow of the third highest mountain in the world. 
'I tried to track down the thickest pocket of mist and fog but I realised I was going to have to run for half-a-mile up a steep hill to get the first light. I got to the top and frantically set up my camera coughing, shaking and hyperventilating.' Richard Fox shares his Best Ten.
In February 2015 Mick Ryan went to Iceland as a guest of Wild Photography Holidays. This is the diary of his trip.