Featured Photography Locations: Issue 11
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Weston by Welland, Northampton-shire

Weston by Welland is a very pretty little village but the church especially has lots of photo opportunities and looks good from most angles and at most times of the day. The arched gateway makes a brilliant frame for the church but you will need a wide angle lens. I used a 8-16mm Sigma but you will be OK with an 18mm lens. The local landscape scenery is also very nice as is the village pub.

The Circus, Bath

Two minutes walk from the Royal Crescent is the Circus, another jewel in Bath’s crown. The Circus is a collection of three story Georgian townhouses, surrounding a circular grassed area. There are a couple of impressive oak trees (dating from 1810) on the grassed area. It provides some interesting opportunities for architectural photography, as does the rest of the Georgian city of Bath. A panoramic composition is a style that is well suited to this location, therefore a wide angle lens and tripod is recommended. Also don't overlook the intricate carvings on the facade, for this a telephoto would be useful.

Pulteney Weir, Bath

The famous horseshoe shaped, Pulteney weir is just downstream from the iconic, shop-lined Pulteney Bridge which crosses the River Avon in the Centre of Bath. This is a very well known location, but has tremendous scope for photography. It can be very busy on any given day with large parties of school/tourists. Ideally visit on a bright day with an interesting sky, or twilight when the area is flood lit.

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