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Miami Beach, Florida, USA
GPS Coordinates: 25° 46′ 41.07″ N 80° 07′ 51.90″ W
Microsoft® Virtual Earth™: LAT 25.778074999999900
Ocean Drive is a stretch of oceanside road in Miami Beach known for its Art Deco hotels and buildings that line the promenade and become neon pieces of art at night. A center of fashion and shopping, this is the place to get the defining shot of South Beach. One of the most photographed places on the strip is the Colony Hotel, which lights up as a neon blue structure, with the other buildings around it lit in green and red neon. Shooting from the sand with a slow exposure on a tripod at night, you can capture cars streaming by, with palm trees and the Art Deco buildings in the background.
Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge
Fort Meyers, Florida, USA
GPS Coordinates: 26° 28′ 07.68″ N 82° 08′ 40.59″ W
Microsoft® Virtual Earth™: LAT 26.468799999999900
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Venice, Florida, USA
GPS Coordinates: 27° 02′ 42.27″ N 82° 23′ 56.22″ W
Microsoft® Virtual Earth™: LAT 27.045075000000000
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
GPS Coordinates: 29° 57′ 36.97″ N 90° 03′ 37.01″ W
Microsoft® Virtual Earth™: LAT 29.960825000000000
Try shooting brief bursts instead of single frames when dealing with action subjects. Shooting bursts will increase your chances of capturing that perfect moment in that deer’s leap or that bird’s wing position. The EOS 5D excels at action photography and can shoot at 3 fps for up to 17 RAW or 60 Large Fine JPEGs. For more on the EOS 5D, click here.
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse
North Carolina, USA
GPS Coordinates: 35° 15′ 03.10″ N 75°31′ 45.34″ W
Microsoft® Virtual Earth™: LAT 35.250938888888800
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Dolly Sods Wilderness
West Virginia, USA
GPS Coordinates: 38° 59′ 45″ N 79° 22′ 5″ W
Microsoft® Virtual Earth™: LAT 38.995833333333300
Be a photo journalist
Go beyond photography and carry a journal or audio recorder to make observations along the way. Take notes about ideas for shots at a different time of day, scout locations, and note details about the shots you take and the people you meet. All of this is terrific reference when you get home, and can help you organize your shots, or prepare a dialogue to accompany a slide show or custom photo book.