Featured Photo Locations: Issue 9
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Tarn Hows

Best to arrive really early to get the most out of this stunning location - this was taken in October just before sunrise and I had the place to myself except for one other photographer. By 9.00am it was busy. There is access all round the lake via a footpath but there is also a hill with a footpath leading to the summit that overlooks the whole lake. On this occasion I preferred shots close to the water's edge to obtain reflections as there was no breeze.

Queens House, Greenwich

The Queens house is just one of the buildings worth a visit in Greenwich. The Tulip staircase is a wrought iron stair case accessible by climbing one level up. You can take photos but not using a tripod. Entry is free. I went on a rainy cloudy day and this might be best to reduce contrast of light and shade. I took three bracketed photos laying the camera on the floor at three exposures so that the camera would be absolutely steady and I could use a lower ISO

Hereford Cathedral

They ask for a fee (I think £3.50) to take photographs but allow tripods. There are various tombs and interesting aspects to photograph. You can also pay extra to see the mappa mundi exhibition. As with all interiors like this you have to manage the light coming through the windows and using HDR techniques (bracketing exposures and then combining) often helps to get a good shot.

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