​​​​​​​**Explore your area**
Go for a walk or drive around your city or neighborhood and look for interesting spots that you can use for photos. Look at parks, street art, architecture, and landscapes.
**Use Social Media**
 Platforms like Instagram, Pinterest, and Flickr are great resources for finding photogenic locations. Search for hashtags such as #photospots, #photography, or location-specific tags.
**Photography Forums and Groups**
Join online photography communities and ask for recommendations. Sites like Facebook that have specific Facebook groups are often full of experienced photographers who can offer tips.
**Google Maps en Street View**
Use Google Maps to find locations of interest, then view them in Street View to get an idea of ​​what the place looks like before you go.
**Photography blogs and websites**
Many photographers share their favorite locations on blogs and websites. A quick Google search for "best photography locations in [your city]" can yield many results.
**Location scouting apps
There are apps specifically designed for finding photo locations, such as in Dutch: waarneming.nl.
 Search apps in your country and area. These apps contain maps and user reviews of photogenic places.
**Tourist guides**
Tourist guides and websites often provide recommendations for beautiful and interesting locations that may also be suitable for photography.
**Networking with local photographers**
Contact local photographers and ask about their favorite spots. They often have valuable tips and insights that you might not be able to find online.
**Participation in photo workshops and tours**
Photo workshops and tours are often led by experienced photographers who take you to the best locations. This is a great way to discover new places and improve your skills at the same time.
**Flower picking gardens**
 Search Google to see if there are flower picking gardens in your area, send them an email asking if they object to you photographing flowers instead of picking them, and if possible, always donate a small contribution to the cause. maintaining the garden. That's what I do anyway, so that they are always happy when I return. I always enjoy something on the terrace if they have drinks and food available.

**Gardens at a castle**
Sometimes there are beautiful gardens and parks at a castle that you can visit, google to see if there are castles in your country or area.

**Open private gardens**
Sometimes there are beautiful gardens and parks at someone's home that they make public to visitors, often you pay a small entrance fee for the maintenance of the garden, and they serve drinks and bake a cake. Of course you also have to Google this

I hope that these tips have been useful to you, and that you too can find very beautiful photography locations. I wish you the best of luck, Monxx

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