9 Hidden Gems For Outdoor Photographers

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7. The Island in the Sky, UT

The Island in the Sky mesa is 1,000 feet high, and is at its optimal viewing on a misty day, when the tops of the sandstone cliffs look like they’re floating in clouds.  Every overlook offers a different perspective of the Canyonlands, so the photo ops are varied and unique depending on your vantage point.

8. Ohiopyle State Park, Pennsylvania

This is hands-down the place to be if photographing waterfalls is your thing. Plus, if you have water protection on hand, you can get some great shots while rafting or hiking. Pro tip: Don’t forget to check out these awesome waterfall photography tips on Digital Photography School. As an added bonus, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater House is a short drive away.

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