Picture Ohio! – New Book Describes 125 Great Places in Ohio for Your Next Photography Adventure

Big Pine Pillar in Hocking State Forest
Big Pine Pillar in Hocking State Forest

Do you live in Ohio? Is one of your hobbies outdoor photography? Summer is almost here, and it’s time to dust off your hiking boots, grab your camera gear, and head out to a nature preserve, a state park, or one of Ohio’s many other beautiful outdoor places. But how do you figure out which places to visit? Where are the best places for outdoor photography in the Buckeye State?

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My new book, A Photographer’s Guide to Ohio – Volume 2, includes 300 pages of detailed information on more than 125 great locations for landscape and nature photography throughout the Buckeye State. Six chapters, illustrated with almost 200 color photographs, cover 40 natural areas, 14 scenic rivers, 27 scenic byways, 13 zoos and public gardens, 9 holiday lighting displays, and 22 historic buildings, town murals and picturesque festivals. The book also includes a 20-page overview of digital landscape photography, including advice on smartphone photography and sharing your photos across a variety of platforms. The 6×9-inch, softcover guide is a perfect size for taking along on your Ohio photography trips, and even includes a set of color-coded regional Ohio maps that pinpoint all the locations of the sites.

Lincoln Highway near Minerva, Ohio
The old Lincoln Highway near Minerva, Ohio

Get your signed copy of A Photographer’s Guide to Ohio – Volume 2, here


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