SNAPP Guides shows the best way to find and navigate to new places to photograph – off-the-beaten-track as well as iconic locations – via an easy to use app. My Northumberland guide is now available for SNAPP Guides and features thirty-five of my favourite locations in and around my home county. These include spots on Hadrian’s Wall and along the Northumbrian coast.
The SNAPP Guides app is available free for both iOS devices, including iPod, iPad and iPhone, through the Apple Apps Store and Android smartphones and tablets through Google Play. The Northumberland module is priced at £7.99*.
*End price may vary slightly according to device, platform and country of purchase.
The SNAPP Guides app comes with a series of user friendly and stunningly designed destination guides for photographers, from keen amateurs to pros, enabling them to find great places to photograph and build their own impressive portfolio of shots. Providing inspiration, maps and navigation, an itinerary creator and access to local, creative and technical advice from an international team of pros, SNAPP Guides gives photographers all they need to get the most from their shoot in the palm of their hand.
“As photographers we understand it takes time to plan where to head next with your camera.” says cofounder and pro-photographer, Luka Esenko, “Often the information we’re looking for is scattered across the internet or not accurate enough for our needs. We’ve created a go-to tool for photographers that’s simple to use, provides quality information and inspirational photography.”
Each SNAPP Guide features:
Ideas & inspiration for new locations to photograph;
Maps & navigation (on and off-line);
Ideal times and shoot conditions;
Itinerary planning tools;
Weather, sunrise & sunset information;
Local tips, creative & technical advice from pros
SNAPP Guides has also partnered with The Photographer’s Ephemeris, an outdoor photography app to help photographers make the most of available natural light. Users can open TPE directly within any SNAPP Guides location to calculate how light will fall on that spot.
To find out more about SNAPP Guides and see the range of guides available visit the SNAPP Guides website.