With picturesque postcard images and straightforward instructions, this book describes how to view and photograph famous and lesser-known sites, from the Lincoln Memorial and the White House to nearby Mount Vernon. Foster and Purcell give you complete directions to the sites and indicate what time of day and year will produce the most pleasing images and memories.
This detailed guide will help you enjoy, explore, and photograph Washington, D.C., whether you are an amateur photographer, a gifted professional, or an adventurer recording your experience graphically with a cell phone or a point-and-shoot camera.
About the Author
Lee Foster is a veteran, award-winning travel photojournalist. His work has won eight Lowell Thomas Awards, the highest awards in travel journalism. His travel writing and photograph has appeared in almost all the major travel publications over the years. Lee delights in acquiring new worldwide travel content, operating from his home base in Berkeley, California and has several San Francisco-area writing/photo presentations at www.fostertravel.com. He has written and photographed several travel guidebooks on Northern California and has contributed worldwide photos to more than 225 Lonely Planet books. Lee lives in Berkeley, across the Bay from San Francisco.
Ann F. Purcell is a veteran, award-winning travel photojournalist whose work has appeared in almost all the major travel publications. Ann’s photos of 65 countries can be perused at www.annpurcelltravel.com. She delights in sharing her expertise on how to photograph and enjoy Washington, D.C. Purcell makes her home in Alexandria, Virginia.
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