Back in September I posted a blog article on planning for a landscape shoot. In the blog post and associated YouTube video I talked about a number of planning tools that I use for weather, tides, sunset / sunset timings etc. However, it was my use of a custom Google Map to record locations that I have either visited or plan to visit that seems to have generated the most interest from my readers / viewers.
Using Google Maps
Given the level interest I thought I'd produce a brief tutorial to tell you how to create your own map. So in this video I take you through the steps of:
- Creating a map
- Adding locations
- Using colours, icons, and layers
- Modifying locations with comments
- Accessing your maps on a mobile device
I find it a really useful tool and I'm sure you will to. Check out the video below:
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Do you use Google Maps for any of your location planning? Do you have any tools that you recommend? If so, please let me know in the comments.