There are many things that are photographed perfectly with adequate effort. But landscape photography holds a special position. It takes an accurate combination of the right lens, perfect weather, right location, and an assist by the landscape itself. So all in all landscape photography is not as easy as being in a beautiful place visually. But actual Landscape photography is tougher than it seems. And for those who do it professionally, it becomes even more challenging to keep up with the competition.
Eiffel Tower, Paris, France
Named after its designer and engineer Gustave Eiffel, constructed in ‘89, the Eiffel tower has become one of the most photographed pictures taken in the last half of the decade. Posted on Instagram with a whopping 4,654,699 times just since 2013. It holds “the most-visited paid monument” in the world. A 6.91 million audience in 2015 still holds the wonder to the top of the most photographed places chart. This is because of its literature and pop-culture references to romance and all things love. This lead to a trend of couples taking their honeymoons and winter holiday trips to Paris.Just for the sake of a picture with the icon of France’s modern culture. Its astonishing beauty and the glimmer of moon-touching lights at night make it a perfect candidate for the frame’s undivided attention by people all over the globe.
Big Ben, London, UK
The Great Bell of the clock at the north Palace of Westminster in London, or nicknamed “The Big Ben”, has maintained its slot as the second most photographed picture with being referred to on Instagram as many times as up to 2,435,223 times since 2013. Officially renamed Elizabeth Tower in 2012, this tower attracts any and almost every tourist who comes to the United Kingdom to learn of its rich culture and history and how it’s portrayed by the early stonemasons. The Neo-Gothic style by Augustus Pugin makes this 315 feet tall tower an astonishingly favored partner for photographs.
The Louvre, Paris, France
Musée du Louvre or The Louvre is indisputably the largest art museum in the world and the city’s first arrondissement and it shows in all the 1,740,908 times it’s been photographed in the Instagram posts of its fans since 2013. Holding almost 38,000 objects from prehistory to the 21st century, this central landmark located at the right bank of Seine is a huge 72,735 square meters tall. Giving you plenty of spots to pick for your next story.
Empire State Building, New York City, US
The 102 storey tall building completed in 1931. It has a roof height of 1,250 feet and stands a total of 1,454 feet. Making it a perfect companion for your skyline shot of the City of New York. Posted about 1,570,167 times in pictures on Instagram since 2013. Located on the Westside of the infamous Fifth Avenue between west 33rd and 34th streets, it was the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel for a brief period of time after being purchased by the Astor Family.
Burj Khalifa, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Known as the Burj Dubai before its inauguration in 2010, this skyscraper, with a total height of 2,722 ft, Burj Khalifa has been the tallest structure & building in the world since it topped out in 2008. This made it an essential tourist hotspot creating a path to its numerous features on people’s Instagram posts. For as much as about 1,445,682 times since 2013 on the gram. Due to its perfect location and horizontal glancing views, this is rightfully a contender for this position on this list.