Always keep your eyes open
We’ve listed some of the most popular spots along the walk, but there is so much more to see. If possible, do the walk on a weekday morning so you can avoid the throngs of tourists and have the chance to survey the coast while it’s quiet. You may be privy to birds-eye views and vivid landscapes you might not otherwise have noticed.
Pack spare batteries and cards
As a photographer, you may spend hours on the path - and we wouldn’t blame you! You don’t want to run out of juice or memory space halfway through the walk, so pack a few spares.
Store your gear in a protective bag
Sand can damage your camera gear, something that’s typically not covered by a warranty. If you’re not using a rugged, waterproof camera, store it safely in a weather-sealed bag between shots.
Use a circular polariser
This handy polarising filter will stop too much light flooding your camera and ruining your photos - plus it’ll help get rid of unwanted reflections. The result? Bluer skies, greener leaves, and a lot less glare coming off the water. You can adjust your circular polariser to produce the desired effect, so we recommend playing around with it before you set off on the walk.