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The Redwood Forest, beautiful beaches, vineyards, mountains, and desert make California one of the best places to photograph. With so much to offer focusing on one type of photography will help you be able to photograph as much as possible while visiting different parts of California. Photographers often make many trips to the state to capture all of the unique landscapes.

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    San Diego Zoo

    The San Diego Zoo Safari Park is a non-profit organization that represents the largest zoological membership association in the world. The Safari Park is a fantastic wildlife photography scene with over 1,000 acres, over 4,000 rare and endangered animals and 700,000 exotic plants. Many animals are more active in the morning so get there early. […]

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    California Poppy Reserve

    Fields of poppies gorgeous at this reserve and you have a few months ever year to photograph the fields. With the flowers in full bloom this is an excellent opportunity for some macro photography as well. Many insects and bees can be found on the flowers so don’t leave your macro lens at home! Owl’s […]

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    Golden Gate Bridge

    The Golden Gate Bridge is a classic California photography scene. For an up close view pedestrians and cyclists are admitted without charge onto the bridge. It is one of the worlds most visit magnificant bridges. From the bridge don’t forget to take a short walk over to the the fort point overview from the southeast […]

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    Yosemite National Park

    Yosemite National Parks is one of the first wilderness parks in the United States. It is mostly famous for its amazing waterfalls that fall down towards the deep valleys. In the Spring you’ll find gorgeous flowers in full bloom as well. There is stunning landscape photography opportunities in Yosemite National Park! Mirror Lake is another […]

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    RMS Queen Mary - Long Beach, California

    Although you can actually stay on this historic ocean liner, the best views can be from the shore. After photographing from the shore don’t forget to jump on board for a tour. This ocean liner is larger and more powerful than the titanic and has crossed the Atlantic Ocean over 1,000 times. Any season is […]

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    Death Valley

    Death Valley is the largest National Park in the United States. The rocks in this valley move and even thought no one has seen the rocks move, the tracks make an interesting foreground element in your photographs. The desert valley scene is surrounded by amazing mountains that make for excellent backdrops in any photo. Some […]

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    Japanese Tea Garden in San Francisco

    The Japanese Tea Garden is the oldest public Japanese garden in the United States and it is one of the most popular attractions in San Francisco. The gardens have monuments, bridges, native Japanese plants and ponds. The landscape and macro photo opportunities are endless. If you are visiting during March or April make sure to […]

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    Kelso Dunes in the Mojave Desert

    Kelso Dunes is one of the coolest places to visit in the state. Climbing to the top of the dunes offers an amazing endless views of sand dunes. The sand dunes cover 45 square miles with the tallest dune rising up to 650 feet. The dunes are open to hikers but not off-road vehicles so […]

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