fotoVUE’s sixth photo-location guidebook is about to go to the printers.
Photographing The Peak District by Chris Gilbert and Mick Ryan will be available late August. It weighs in at 496 pages with over 500 places to visit, guiding you to the best places for landscape and rural photography in the Peak District – the UK’s first national park; from the tops of Kinder to the bottom of the limestone dales, along country lanes, visiting the industrial heritage of Richard Arkwright’s cotton mills, to the country estates of Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall.
There are over 800 photographs and the usual precise OS maps and directions, plus lots of photographic tips, best times to visit, even a list of the best pubs in the Peak for the thirsty and the hungry. It’s a photo-location and visitor guidebook suitable if you have a high end camera or a mobile phone camera, whether you are spending a week in the Peak or a day, it will guide you to the most stunningly beautiful places.
RRP is £27.95, but until publication you can order signed copies with free shipping in the UK for £20.
Read more about the Peak District in this area article.
There are four sample viewpoints from Photographing The Peak District here.
Internal Look Inside sample pages will be available next week.