info@washingtonphotosafari.com

info@washingtonphotosafari.com

info@washingtonphotosafari.com locationForest Hills, Washington, D.C., DC

- professional quality architectural, event, and restaurant photography;

- hands-on, in- the -field ,photographic instruction to amateur photographers wishing to improve their composition and camera use

- over 20 years experience as professional photographer, serving commercial properties, apartment buildings, hotels, restaurants, and corporate meetings in the DC area

  • 1 hour average response time
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What’s the secret to taking a great photograph?

I find that the best photographs are taken when the photographer
- gets low and close to the subject, filling the frane
- puts the subject in the most flattering light
- clearly tells a story with the picture

What questions might you ask a client when starting a new project?

- how much time is needed to do the job?
what is the purpose of the pictures, how will they be used?

What do you love most about your job?

- making clients happy with my work. I got started in photography as an amateur. I once took a picture of my 8-year old daughter's best friend and her father liked the picture so much that he cried! So I said to myself; "Wow! You can make them cry and get paid for it! Sounds like fun!"
After doing amateur photography as a hobby for many years, I lost a high-paying job here in DC over 20 years ago and decided to take up my hobby and make uit my profession, becoming a professional photographer. I love being self-employed, being my own boss, and making clients happy with my photos.

What inspired you to start your own business?

Economic necessity. I lost a high-paying job here in DC over 20 years ago, still had debts and a daughter in college, and so I decided tostart my own business as a photographer and as a teacher of photography

Why should our clients choose you?

I am one of the more experienced photographers in the DC area, have photographed hundreds of apartment buildings, hotels and restaurants, inside and out. I have been the official photographer for the Washington Post's Apartment Showcase magazine for over 20 years and have photographed over 300 restaurants and dozens of corporate events, plus many private homes

  • 1 hour average response time

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