Mystery birds are a McLean Must See.
Finishing up a marketing photo project for Jones Lang LaSalle ( JLL), commercial real estate, this week, which included a panorama of the ever growing Tysons Corner office and residential landscape. It’s always fun to see the area from a new perspective–especially for photographers. Also on the horizon for me/ Pawpro Media is a basic travel photography class comingContinue reading “Architectural and Commercial Photography”
Fine Art photos of the DC region from Amy Doherty.
Happy Centennial birthday to our National Park Service today! Who among us hasn’t marveled at some natural or manmade wonder preserved and protected for all to enjoy? This weekend all National Parks will have free admission. Thank a National Park Ranger when you’re there for their service. We are forever indebted to Teddy RooseveltContinue reading “Happy Centennial National Park Service”
Street photos from a recent expedition to NYC.
Here’s proof that the early bird photographer gets the worm. These two shots of the Washington Monument were taken only minutes apart, but the results demonstrate the difference between good and spectacular lighting. I just needed to be there to capture the drama. Thanks, Mother Nature! If you’ve ever wondered why photographers are out soContinue reading “Spectacular Summer Sunrise at the Washington Monument”
The C&O Canal and Great Falls–MD and VA– in full Spring bloom. One of the great #outdoor spots of the Washington, DC Area.
Just in time for #Election2016 I’m releasing various time-lapse shots of #DC. Many of the shots are of #monuments and area #landmarks. I love how a woman runner stops and lies at the base of the #WashingtonMonument, the clouds around the Winter Moon, the couple on the left side of the stairs of the #LincolnMonumentContinue reading “Time-lapse of DC”