Returning to your favorite places gives you the chance to push the boundaries of your own photographic exploration
By Bill Hatcher
Published October 1, 2008
Updated October 17, 2016
The question I’m asked most frequently at workshops and when talking with other photographers: Where is my favorite place to shoot photos? The intent of a question like this is to discover what’s at the core of what I like best when I look for a photo location. When I answer with a string of places, including mountains, deserts and locations around the world, this doesn’t address the question with a tidy answer.
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