A website dedicated to providing travel photography knowledge has launched a series of newsletters which inform photographers on how to get the best location photography while on vacation or holiday.
Photograph The World Newsletter
provides photographers with the knowledge of 'where, when and how to photograph the World's most iconic locations'. There are 34 newsletters, each focusing on one specific location around the world. Newsletters can also be purchased as regional collections.
Each of the newsletters cover one area or one travel destination and are written by professional photographers for travelers and photographers of any level. Each newsletter is 10-15 pages long and comes complete with full-colour photographs that include the exact GPS coordinates of where each shot was taken. For more information on what each newsletter contains, take a look at this link: What content do newsletters contain?
Photograph The World Newsletter company say: "We are the most trusted source for iconic location photography information. Our newsletters are written by photographers and travellers for photographers and travellers. No other company provides detailed information, like we do, which you need to make the most of your time in an international destination. Don't waste your holiday time trying to research where, when and how to photograph your destination - just bring along a Photograph the World Newsletter and get fantastic travel photos!"
A PDF downloadable version of any newsletter is $6.95. A printed version can be mailed out and this costs $10.95 per issue for a black & white version and $14.95 per issue for a colour version. Hard copies can be sent to any address worldwide, but additional charges will apply. Email for details.
If you order a downloadable PDF, you will receive, by email, a link to the full 10-15 page newsletter that you purchased as soon as payment is received. You will then be able to download and print your newsletter. PDFs can be downloaded from the store
For more information, visit Photograph The World Newsletter website