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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.

Win all seven of the current fotoVUE guidebooks – plus runner up prizes

The Peak is out next week, the Dolomites is just about to go to the printers and should be out the end of September. We are working hard on Scotland and South Wales trying to get them out for Christmas – we’ll let you know on those last two. If you have any of the fotoVUE books you know how hard we all work; authors, Don the Map, and Stuart and myself on the smallest details and that takes time.

To celebrate Book the Six and Seven – yes that is a Lemony Snicket reference for those who are familiar with A Series of Unfortunate Events – Stuart has come up with this competition to celebrate the publication of Photographing the Peak District and in September, Photographing The Dolomites.

News

We are very pleased to announce that Dougie Cunningham's photo-location and visitor guidebook, Photographing Scotland, will soon be going to the printers and should be available in late November. Pre-orders for signed copies with free UK shipping are now being taken. Cost is £22 before publication (RRP £27.95).
Photographing The Dolomites by James Rushforth is now being printed and will be available at the beginning of October. Have a Look Inside below, and grab yourself a signed pre-order copy with free UK shipping for £20 at our shop
Carsten Krieger, professional photographer and author of multiple photographic books, switched from his trusty Canons to the mirrorless Sony A7R II in 2016. Here he explains why.

Features

You don’t have to be a climber or a mountaineer to enjoy one of the best mountain ranges in the world…..high mountain roads, cable cars and well-maintained paths lead you right into the heart of the peaks, towers and spires of Italy’s Dolomites...
The Peak District is a beautiful upland area at the southern end of the Pennines stretching from Ashbourne in the south to the M62 in the north.
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.