Try Some­thing New: pho­tog­ra­phy hol­i­days from Dorset to the Aus­tralian Out­back

Trav­el­ling with a pro­fes­sional pho­tog­ra­pher helps you to see your sur­round­ings in a new way – and we don’t just mean 5am starts to catch the sun­rise. If you’ve ever wanted to pol­ish your photo skills, why not try a tour where you can learn from the best?

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UK From a mist-wrapped Dorset coast to the rugged Isle of Skye, Bri­tain’s var­ied land­scapes are the stars of Dawn 2 Dusk ’s trips of one to three days in length. These are highly pop­u­lar and book up quickly, but there’s still time, for ex­am­ple, to take in au­tumn colours and wa­ter­fall spray in the Bre­con Bea­cons. dawn2­duskpho­tog­ra­phy.co.uk ICE­LAND The wide - open scener y of Ice­land feels like na­ture’s first draft, and ex­erts a mag­netic ef­fect on pho­tog­ra­phers. Sin­gle - day tours in­clude trips around the Golden Cir­cle near the cap­i­tal, and the vol­ca­noes and glaciers of the Snæfell­snes Penin­sula. There are also more am­bi­tious multi- day tours to re­moter ar­eas. ice­land-photo-tours.com MOROCCO For full-spec­trum colour within easy fly­ing time from the UK, Morocco is hard to beat. GoLearnTo’s seven -night trip to the coastal town of Es­saouira lets you stay in a riad, then head out daily to fill your memor y card with spice - filled souqs, bright blue doors in me­d­ina streets and the sub­tle vari­a­tions of sand dunes. golearnto.com WORLD­WIDE Aus­tralia-based pho­tog­ra­pher Ewen Bell shot a fea­ture for us in trop­i­cal Queens­land last year, and you too can join him for trips of a life­time, amid the glo­ries of the Aus­tralian Out­back (such as Uluru, pic­tured), the moun­tain vil­lages of Nepal or daz­zling birdlife and larger crea­tures in the na­ture reser ves of Kenya. ewen­bell.com

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