Editorial photography shoot & location ideas.

I’ve been thinking  what I what  to do for my shoot.  I wanted to do something different from what I’ve done so far so I have decided create a set of photographs to use in a travel magazine.

Potential Clients:

International Travel:

National Geographic: First published in 1888, the magazine features photography and articles on geography, history, and world culture. The magazine is known for its thick square-bound glossy format with a yellow rectangular border and its extensive use of dramatic photographs. By 2011, the magazine was circulated worldwide in thirty-six language editions and had a global circulation of 8.3 million. Its U.S. circulation is around 5 million per month


Smithsonian: The official journal published by the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. The first issue was published in 1970. Much like National Geographic, this magazine caters for those interested in travel and world culture.


Landscape Photography Magazine: A magazine showcasing some of the very best in landscape photography from around the world


Local Travel:

Yorkshire Ridings Magazine: Focusing on local areas, this magazine caters for people interested in the heritage and culture of Yorkshire. The audience is smaller than the international magazines.


My shoot

I have decided to create a set of images that would be suitable for a local travel magazine such as the Yorkshire Ridings Magazine, but they could also be used in Landscape Photography Magazines as it features landscapes from all over the world. The images would advertise the location and help bring more tourism to Yorkshire.


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