1) Fushimi castle, in Kyoto, Japan. Even though it's not the original structure built by Hideyoshi, but a replica, it's still a great place to shoot in. Any Japanese garden across Japan, they simply make the best gardens imo. 2) Any gloomy medieval dungeon. 3) A Japanese zen garden. Simply the definition of calmness. No one has ever managed to capture the essence of one in a photo, I'm hoping I'll be the first. 4) East Asian wilderness, they have a unique set of plants there that don't get enough coverage imo.
Windsor palace. I'd show up with a model or two, a few cameras, 100 rolls of medium format film and about fifty sheets of 4x5, and do a two day nude shoot. Then I'd try to get us all out of England without being lynched.
I've had an Idea for a photo for years now, but I am having difficulties. There is a local cemetery with a lifesized statue of Jesus sitting on a rock. He has one hand upraised, with his hand open. I want a model to pull down her pants and bend over his lap. It will look like he's spanking her. No one will do it.
georgewjohnsonFeatured By OwnerNov 2, 2012Hobbyist Photographer
I love shooting the UK where I live and if pushed I'd like to work the west coasts of Norway and France, maybe the French Alps. The problem for me is that no sooner have you got onto a roll shooting good shots, that it's the end of your break and you have to go home to your job and life again.
So can I swap the option of anywhere in the world and limit it to just my home country, but simply have more time to do it, LOL!
Don't even get me started haha that's the primary reason I want to someday get an internship or even a job with National Geographic is to travel.
I'd love to shoot in India, Fiji, China, Brazil, Germany (again), NYC, Bhutan, along the Alps, etc. I'm hoping to get stationed or mobilized to Korea with the military for a few months to do some photography there.
One place I'd like to shoot: [link] The guy who shot it obviously cropped it and was using a crappy digital compact (you can see the pixels). Imagine what you could do there with a real camera. Fog in the mountains is also good: [link] Especially early in the morning: [link][link] I live right next to the Blue Ridge Mountains, but I live in Virginia, where all the places between the mountains are full of cities, suburban sprawl and farms. It's hard to take a photo from the parkway here that doesn't have a bunch of houses or at least one factory in it.
You’ll have to plan a road trip. Imagine what that landscape must look like in early October as the leaves are turning. That’d be something. Although I suspect it’ll be just as amazing there pretty much year-round.