The World's Best Photo Locations.

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Discover over 20,000 Global Photography Locations, each carefully vetted and reviewed by our team of curators. PIXEO is the largest purpose built collection of global photo spots.

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Add your own Photography Locations for a chance to win in the PIXEO Photo Challenge. We give away a $50 Amazon Gift Card every month!

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It's not that we don't like cats, it's just that cats move. Each location in our collection is reviewed and verified to ensure it willbe there when you get there.

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When you submit a photography location we will feature the best in our newsletter, social media platforms and more. We always credit you, protect your copyright, and link to your social media or website too.

Feature Photography Locations

St. Augustine’s Lighthouse stands tall at 165 feet opposite the banks of Conch Island in St. Augustine, Florida. It is the 8th tallest lighthouse in the United States and can be seen for miles around. It’s stark black and white spiral is topped by its red cherry lantern house. It looks like a birthday candle and is a picture-perfect lighthouse in design. It appears almost whimsical. But this lighthouse is not just known for its unique appearance and lovely design. It is better known for being one of the most haunted places in America.

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PIXEO is the passion project of a couple of Canadian photographers. Over the last couple of years we became obsessed with helping other photographers find stunning photography locations.  In 2017 we started the PIXEO company and got to work building the largest collection of vetted and verified photo locations from around the world. The PIXEO App, PIXEO Map, and the PIXEO Photo Challenge are the fruits of that labour. Today we maintain over 20,000 carefully selected photography spots, work hard to highlight the incredible work of our submitting users, and continue to build on our unparalleled global coverage. Isn’t it time we all shoot more and search less?