Anywhere can be picture perfect for your Instagram feed, especially when you are among those kinds of people with an artistic, creative pair of eyes to keep everything photogenic and an eye candy to look at for both you and your followers. Imagine getting all those Instagram likes, shares and saves in your analytics or the high amount of views in your stories. Who would not like big engagement numbers stemmed from your efforts to keep your portfolio flawless. It is the satisfaction to see your hard work paid off and also, building your name into making it big or being the top influencers on social media!
Now you are planning to go far beyond and get that scenic view of your photos other than your country. Think about it, there are many places to go to for those beautiful pictures. It can be for any theme – weddings, holidays, the white bed of snow, the youthful springs, the romantic autumn and so much more. You need the best location to reach that aim and achieve the most desired concept you have been intended to. Here are some of the picturesque places to hold photoshoots for your Instagram feed:
Known for its hopelessly romantic scenery, this ‘Fault In Our Stars’ set reminds you of the love story of Hazel and Gus. The city of Amsterdam is a sight to behold, perfect for your passionate premise of a photo. You could definitely not miss out on the winter season, where there is an Amsterdam light festival to look forward to, where the canals are illuminated with various works by various artists. A massive Christmas Tree has been placed in Dam Square, which will undoubtedly be appreciated by the children. Make sure to try ice skating and have some oliebollen, which are delicious donut holes filled with apple filling. You can be sure that Christmas lights will be on display everywhere you walk, especially in Museumplein.
Seychelles, East Africa
If you are a sucker for the calm serene blue islands, Seychelles are worth visiting and doing photoshoots at due to their pristine, picture-perfect ambience. This 115-island archipelago remains largely undisturbed, with sights ranging from UNESCO-listed forests and healthy coral reefs to palm-lined, powdery beaches flanked by massive boulders. Almost half of the total land area of these equatorial isles is protected, and several of the islands are located within fish-rich marine sanctuaries with great diving and snorkeling. Other than snapping photos, you can also go fishing there since Seychelles has some of the best fishing areas on the globe, making it a popular vacation for fishermen.
Portree is a must-see on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. With its colorful, quaint buildings by the coast that look like an idyllic fairytale village, it is a picture-perfect spot. Portree is a fishing town and the largest on the Isle of Skye, therefore it’s a great place to go shopping or eat. It features everything a visitor might possibly need, including a post office, cafes, supermarkets, banks, a library, information center, swimming pool, gift stores, and a petrol station. There is also plenty of parking in the town center. Portree is also an excellent starting point for exploring Skye. The town has a number of guest homes, motels, and bed & breakfasts. Torvaig Caravan and Campsite is a good option for those on a restricted budget who enjoy camping. It has a lovely setting and reasonable costs. Day tours from Portree can be taken to prominent Scottish landmarks such as Storr, Kilt Rock Viewpoint, Quiraing, Fairy Glen, Dunvegan Castle, and Fairy Pools, giving you all the more places to take pictures of!
Spain is filled with gorgeous whitewashed cities and villages. The famous white village of Spain, located high on the cliffs, is a lovely adorable town for you. The most notable landmark of Ronda is the famed Roman Bridge, which connects the city’s older and newest sections. With a combination of quaint cobblestone alleys with flower-adorned boutiques, a plethora of tapas bars to watch the sunset over the countryside, and ancient Moorish history intermingled with Roman ruins and Catholic grandeur, and you’ll have the ideal blend for the most beautiful view on sight.
It is Wales, no? Surely it will be a sin to leave out one of the most picturesque locations in the world! Tenby was the summer holiday destination in the South Wales Valleys one should not miss out on in what is undoubtedly Wales’ most appealing county, Pembrokeshire. Tenby is one of the most colorful and picturesque villages in Europe, a must-see for everyone looking for the most beautiful destinations in Europe, with brightly painted buildings sending only happy vibes along with its best beach.