The Isle of Wight is the perfect location for those with a passion for photography to test their skills.
If you’re into street photography, visit one of the high streets and get creative capturing some of the Island’s elegant Victorian architecture.
If your passion is for quirky lifestyle photography, visit the Island at festival time to take pictures of some quirky, fantastical scenes.
Make your way through the crowds of colourful party goers, set your focus and capture the best of the Isle of Wight’s party spirit.
The Isle of Wight has a great photographical history, with pioneer photographer, Julia Margaret Cameron living over at Freshwater Bay in West Wight.
Cameron, who is said to have changed photography from a commodity to an artistic practice, resided at Dimbola which is now a photographic museum and gallery.
If you’re looking to capture the Island from a different angle, there are RIB rides available which get you up close to the Island’s dramatic coastline.
Or if you’d like to capture a bird’s eye view of the Island, book yourself on to a flight experience and take to the skies.
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