Newfoundland is one of the most scenic places in the world, with amazing visitors that show up on the coastline every summer. These unique visitors include 10,000-year-old icebergs, Atlantic Puffins, Northern Gannets, and over 30 species of whales. Situated in the North Atlantic on the east coast of Canada, it is still an untamed island where you can still walk for days and not see anyone. Newfoundland is a true getaway with the majestic scenery that will truly take your breath away.
Follow award-winning photographer Michael Winsor as he guides you to over 50 stunning locations across the province. For each site, Michael will advise you on how and when to capture those magical sunsets or sunrises, where it will seem like the horizon goes on forever.
A great location can inspire and help you capture photos you can be proud of. Finding the right location is a vital part of taking great photos. Why Google for those unique or iconic locations to photograph when PhotoSnug has done all the hard work for you? Spend more time behind your camera and let us guide you on where to go next.
We've highlighted each great location in Newfoundland on an interactive map. Tap on a pin or scroll through the list of sites to find your next spot. We even tell you how far you are from it!
So you don't get confused as to what locations you've already been to, you can mark any locations as "photographed"
For each location with the Photographer's Guide to Newfoundland, Michael has provided detailed notes as to what to look for, the best time of the day for the shoot, and even types of lenses you should use.
What to know how to get there? Press the Directions button, and we'll let your phone provide you with turn by turn guidance.
Ever tried to enter GPS coordinates into Google Maps or your car's GPS? It's impossible. With Photograph Newfoundland, we let your phone guide you to your next location. Press the Directions button on the details screen and voila! Automated turn by turn guidance!
Looking to find the period of daytime shortly after sunrise or before sunset, during which daylight is redder and softer than when the Sun is higher in the sky? What about the opposite period, blue hour, just before sunrise or after sunset, when indirect sunlight is evenly diffused?
We've got you covered! Included is a golden hour calculator configured for Newfoundland.
How many times have you had to deal with apps that stop working because there's no internet? How about the situation when you're not from Newfoundland and, and you don't want to pay for sky-high roaming charges?
Wifi requirement isn't a problem with our apps. When you install the application, we download everything.
When it comes to viewing icebergs, Newfoundland is one of the best places in the world. From April to August, these 10,000-year-old glacial giants are visible from many points along the northern and eastern coasts, especially on clear and sunny days.
Use our convenient link to help you find them*.
*The Iceberg finder is an external website that requires an internet connection.