Adventures Are Awaiting : Location Ideas
It's very very cool finding a location you can get lost in and connect to and plus be photography ready? So, here are some tips of places in the area that you may love to photograph in as much as we do. Try some of the spots listed here for your next photo-shoot or your next candid point and shoot adventures. But first you should know that the best time to photograph in my humble opinion in most of these places is around an hour after sunrise or an hour before sunset. Embrace textures and Always take the place in. Look around, sit if you have to and find the beauty in it. Try not to remain in open spaces as much but instead dwell in small streets and alley ways or luscious leafy trails as shown in the photo of the Holloman family above. The enchantment may surprise you.
top spots to shoot in Washington DC : Alleys in the Palisades (Behind Sherrier PL NW), Frasier Court In Dupont Circle, Poplar PL NW in Georgetown, Georgetown Waterfront Park near Key Bridge where the Graffitis are at, Tidal Bisan and it's monuments, The columns at National Arboretum, Spanish Stairs and Fountain at Meridian Hill Park, C & O Canal, Dumbarton Oaks in Georgetown, and the Yards Park.
top spots to shoot portraits in Maryland : Great Falls Billy Goat Trails, Fort Washington National Park, the pagoda at Brookside Botanical Garden, Main Street at Old Town Ellicott City, Carousel in Glen Echo, and anywhere in Sligo Creek.
top spots to shoot portraits in Virginia : Scotts Run Nature Preserve, Great Falls Park, Old Town Alexandria, Wilkes Street Tunnel in Alexandria, Gray Barn in Cherry Hill Park, Crystal City Water Park and Bon Air Park.