Photographing Lanzarote author Jon Barker writing for the Manfrotto Imagine More blog explains why Lanzarote is worthy of a place on the travel bucket list of any travel or landscape photography enthusiast. Read the full article here.
Lanzarote is the fourth largest Canary Island. I’ve been lucky enough to spend a significant chunk of my time on Lanzarote over the last 30 years, and in doing so I’ve learnt to see and recognise it’s worth as a stunning photography destination worthy of a place on your own must-explore list. Often on the receiving end of a bad reputation (from the British press at least), I’m convinced that Lanzarote is under-sold, and I wanted to prove that if you look a little deeper, the island has a lot to offer Travel and Landscape photographers like us. From wild coastal scenes, to quaint fishing villages with their white single story houses carefully arranged around a harbour side, to the surreal lunar-like landscape of the Timanfaya National Park, Lanzarote hosts a broad range of inspiration for your photographic muse.
Continue reading: Why Lanzarote Should Make Your Photography Bucket List on the Manfrotto Imagine More Blog.
For more inspiration, why not check out a short introduction video to the Photographing Lanzarote eBook, or take a look at the Photographing Lanzarote Instagram feed for some of the locations we cover.