Cape Cod Photography | Top 5 Spots You Need to Shoot

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Cape Cod Photography Spots to Fill Your Frames

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It’s hard not to find great spots for shooting Cape Cod photography but, use this as a guide to maximize your time and skip straight to clicking.  These are the Local’s Guide picks for the Top 5 spots to fill your place with the beauty of the Cape.

Cape Cod Photography | Enter the Creepshow

Cape Cod PhotographyCape Cod is riddled with abandoned structures that make for some great shots.  Capture rustic Cape Cod photography at its best.  Pay attention to signage, don’t trespass, and you can capture the creepshow at the abandoned Truro Air Force Base (it may be on the road to development so do not delay).Cape Cod Photography

Going in?! Mwuh ha ha ha ha ha!

Cape Cod PhotographyCape Cod Photography | Enough Lighthouses to Laugh About

Cape Cod PhotographyCape Cod photography that doesn’t include lighthouses?!  There are plenty to choose from with 14 plus dotting the Cape, some easy to get to and others not so much.  A short walk will take you to a classic, Stage Harbor Lighthouse in Chatham.

Cape Cod PhotographyCape Cod Photography | Try Truro for a Treat

Cape Cod PhotographyIf you want that one shot that seems to signify the Cape, head to Truro for the Cottages shot.

Cape Cod Photography | Dunes of the Provincelands will do you in

Cape Cod PhotographyNo one ever said art was easy, better to be in great shape for this one.  Take your food and water and plan a full day…you will fill your camera and your mind with endless images of striking beauty.

Cape Cod PhotographyCape Cod PhotographyCape Cod Photography | Roll the Rivers

Cape Cod PhotographyThere’s plenty of them and the access is easy.  For another classic Cape Cod scene, park at a bridge and wander down to the river.  You will find the shot you seek.  The picture above was shot at the upper reaches of the Bass River.  The  below picture was shot on the Herring River in West Harwich, a 5 minute walk from the Platinum Pebble Boutique Inn.

Cape Cod PhotographyCape COd Photography | Tip: The Golden Hour

Cape Cod PhotographyIt’s all about the light, find the best light an hour after sun rise or an hour before sundown for optimum results.  There is no comparison.

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