Corfe Castle

Corfe Castle

Access to Corfe Castle I would say is a medium to hard climb and is about 20 / 25 minutes from the car park. While there is a National Trust car park you can use I suggest you use a layby opposite at the bottom of the Castle. Postcode for the National Trust car park is BH20 5DR. Immediately opposite the National Trust car park you will see a field, if you enter this field and head to the right hand side of the hill you will see a path leading up, this is the longer but the easier of the 2 routes. If you head to the left of the hill there is a shorter, but much steeper path.
Sunrise is the best time of the day and in early spring when if you're really lucky you'll get some mist around the castle, something I've not actually managed to obtain myself yet sadly.
What3Words location for this shot is ///dimes.decking.drain
Canon EOS 5D MkIV
Canon 24-70 F2.8L
Lee 0.6 Soft Grad filter
55mm  | ISO100  | F8 | 1/60 sec

Durdle Door

Sunrise at Durdle Door

Access to Durdle Door I would say is around a medium to hard as heading back up the cliffs is quite a climb. The best place to park at Durdle Door outside of normal hours where the main car park is shut is up on the verge by the entrance to the holiday park. From here you can walk through the park. If thats not possible then i suggest you park at Lulworth Cove and walk the coastal path round. This is about a 30 / 40 minute walk. 
Sunset in late Autumn is generally the best time of the day to photograph Durdle Door however during late December / early January the sunrise is aligned perfectly within arch as in the photo above. 
What3Words location for this shot is ///customers.climbing.grocers
Canon EOS 5D MkIV
Canon 16-35 F2.8L
Lee 0.6 Soft Grad filter
25mm  | ISO100  | F22 | 1/30 sec

Old Harrys Rocks

Old Harrys Rocks

Access to Old Harrys Rocks is fairly easy with around a 20 min flat walk from the South Beach car park in Studland to the rocks. The postcode for the car park is BH19 3AU and the quickest and easiest way to get to the rocks is to leave the car park and turn right down the hill, a short distance down you will see some public toilets and then a path on your left. Simply follow this path and you will end up at Old Harrys Rocks. Much quicker and easier than the coastal path Google recommends.
Sunrise is generally the best time to photograph here, there is not a lot of room for the best composition and it's quite popular so be sure to arrive early.
What3Words location for this shot is ///present.dusted.lunching
Canon EOS 5D MkIV
Canon 16-35 F2.8L
Lee 6 stop ND filter

Lee 0.6 Soft Grad filter
25mm  | ISO100  | F16 | 1/8 sec