Nova Scotia offers varying landscapes: wild ocean seaside cliffs, rolling vineyards, red mud & farmland, the roaring muddy waters of the Bay of Fundy, and the calm waters of the Northumberland Strait. Wherever you are in Nova Scotia you are not far from the water’s edge and much of the photography is influenced by the high and low tides. From small fishing villages to bustling Halifax, there’s a wide variety of landscapes to photograph. From colorful Lunenburg to fortresses and historic towns and buildings, if you love architecture photography, there is plenty to keep you busy.
We’ve teamed up with professional photographer David Maxwell to find not only the top spots in Nova Scotia to photograph, but the lesser known location as well. Whether you’re an amateur, urban, landscape or an Instagram photographer, the Photographer’s Guide to Nova Scotia will provide you with over 50 of the best locations to photograph in the province, ensuring you a successful and enjoyable photoshoot.
All locations in Nova Scotia are pin pointed on a interactive map. Tap on a pin or scroll through the list of locations 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 Nova Scotia, David has provided detailed notes as to what to look for, best time of the day for the shoot and even types of lenses you should use.
What to know how to get there? Simply 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 Nova Scotia, we let your phone guide you to your next location. Simply 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 Nova Scotia.
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 Nova Scotia and you don’t want to pay for sky high roaming charges?
This isn’t a problem with our apps. When you install the application, we download everything.