Hi, gang and greetings from the Homewood Suites here in Lansing, Michigan (here for my seminar tomorrow). First, a big shout-out to the 250+ photographers who spent the day with me yesterday in Raleigh, North Carolina — we had such a great time. Can’t wait to go back next year with my tour — thanks to all the awesome folks who came out. Incredibly friendly, fun crowd.

OK, I’m tired as heck (it’s 12:46 am here) — been working all day on two big projects, and I’m beat, but I wanted to quickly share with you a few places that I’ve been fortunate enough to visit, and I want to share some stories and photos from there, hoping to inspire you to pack your camera bag and your luggage and get out there and capture the world. Here are some places I think you’d love to visit and photograph:

Iceland
I know, everybody’s going there now. There’s a reason. So much beauty, and so easily accessible by car.
Here’s the link to the story and the images.

Lisbon
Beautiful. Clean. Safe. Inexpensive. Awesome. It will be the next big place to visit. Go before everybody does.
Here’s a link to the story and the images.

Australia and New Zealand
It’s not exactly right around the corner, but it’s so worth the effort to get there. You will love it, and its people.
Here’s the link to the story and the images.

Venice, Italy
There’s just no place like it. A photographer’s paradise, and amazing food to boot!
Here’s the link to the story and images.

Paris, France
It’s Paris! That’s all that needs to be said.
Here’s the link to the story and the images.

Valencia, Spain
There is so much to see here, old and new, classic and ultra-modern.
Here’s the link to the stories and images.

Italy’s Amalfi Coast and the French Riveria
It’s a bit more French Riveria, but they are so close, why not see both?
Here’s the link to the story and images.

Dubai
Never a better time to visit. It’s like jumping into the future.
Here’s the link to the story and images.

London
I could so live there. So much to this vibrant city.
Here’s a link to the story and the images.

Prague & Budapest
A river cruise of a lifetime. To get to see these two great cities…totally loved them both!
Here’s the link to the story and the images.

Rome, Italy
Rome is….well….it’s like the Paris of Italy. So much to see and do (and eat).
Here’s the link to the story and images.

Venice (again?)
Yup. I went twice. Plus, this trip had the Dolomites of Northern Italy. Worth a trip by themselves
Here’s a link to the story and images.

 

Marrakech, Morocco
One of the most fascinating places I’ve been to. I so want to go back.
Here’s a link to the story and images.

 

Lofoten, Norway
It feels like I was just there a couple of weeks ago. Hey…wait! ;-)
Here’s a link to the story and images

OK, now it’s 1:23 AM
I’ve got a seminar tomorrow – I’d better hit the sack.

Thanks for letting me share these wonderful places with you. I sincerely hope you get to see them all, and many more! I wish you great adventures, lots of great photos, and memories that last a lifetime.

Have a great weekend!

-Scott

 

 

 

About The Author

Scott is a Photographer, bestselling Author, Host of "The Grid" weekly photography show; Editor of Photoshop User magazine; Lightroom Guy; KelbyOne.com CEO; struggling guitarist. Loves Classic Rock and his arch-enemy is Cilantro. Devoted husband, dad to two super awesome kids, and pro-level babysitter to two crazy doggos.

6 Comments

  1. Thank you for your tips, your great albums, your pictures. Thank you for staying up there.

  2. Next time you go to Paris, try to make a day trip to the Champagne region. Or better yet, stay overnight in Reims. The Champagne region is only a two-hour drive (or train) from Paris and it has: 1) a gorgeous gothic cathedral in Reims, where all the French kings were crowned; 2) the Champagne region, with vineyards and lovely countryside; and 3) WWI battefields, such as Verdun.

  3. Also, visit Poland. Summer is a great time to visit northern Poland to enjoy the beaches along the Baltic Sea. https://www.spiritedtravelers.com/1733/sand-dunes-poland/ And of course, there’s Gdans, Warsaw, Krakow, ?od? and Wroclow.

  4. Apparently, the places are really interesting. I just want to mark them as excellent destinations! You have really been highlighted the best. Lovely photos as always!

  5. It’s been a year that i haven’t visited anywhere. All the pictures are very lively. Have you edit the pictures Venice, Italy or they are real. The pictures from Vanice and Norways are really mesmerizing. I will probably go there in next year.

  6. Hi Scott, Your thought is amazing. I am always love Travel photography. London is my favorite place. Thank you again for sharing.

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