I recently returned from a Big Sur adventure where I ran a 21 mile race along the Pacific Coast Highway #PCH organized by the Big Sur International Marathon. Of course, most of the trip was dedicated to taking photographs of this epic landscape.
If you happened to have watched the recent HBO mini series, Big Little Lies, I couldn’t help looking back over my shoulder as I stood on some of the precipices to make sure Laura Dern’s character wasn’t sneaking up from behind to push me off. (Loved that series!) Anyway, I survived and did manage to walk away with some photos I’m happy about. Here are a few.
Soon I will begin selling my best photos as #fineart prints on my portfolio account: amydoherty.zenfolio.com
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 coming up on October 13 at the Tysons Corner REI store. This is the second time I’ve taught this class, which covers great tips on improving your photos no matter what kind of camera you use. See the REI website if you’re interested in attending as seats are limited. REI Basic Travel Photo Class
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