Photographers Trail Notes
 
 
 

let us take you to some of americas best photography locations

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Have you ever seen a great photograph and wondered where it was taken?

Wondered if you could stand in the same place and create your own version for your portfolio? 

now you can

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Trail Notes is a resource for landscape photographers and outdoor enthusiast. For each of our 75+ locations, we provide a comprehensive guide to help you find, understand and shoot some of the best landscape photography locations in the country.

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BUILT for
PHOTOGRAPHERs

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For each location, we provide GPS coordinates, detailed directions, trail difficulty, best time of day and best time of year to shoot, lenses to use, equipment needed, direction of shot, special nuances, weather, permits needed, lodging, nearby restaurants, cell service, and other tips based on our firsthand experience.

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Enjoyed by
ADVENTURERS

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 know the details before you go

What does it take to get the perfect shot?

It takes time spent on research; planning and mapping - time you would rather be spending on the trail. We’ve done the research, and we’ve been to the locations and offer a one-stop resource with the tools and information needed for put you in the right place to capture your next great image.

START YOU NEXT ADVENTURE

Guaranteed to add at least 1 new location each month

 
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SAMPLE LOCATIONS

 
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Dead Horse Point

Dead Horse Point - with its iconic gooseneck of the Colorado River is a must see when visiting the Moab, UT area.

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Palouse Falls

The iconic Palouse Falls is considered to be the official waterfall of Washington State.

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Dallas Divide

The Dallas Divide is one of the great of American vistas and will simply take your breath away.