A few days ago, I was lamenting in this very blog about the mixed blessing of living in Washington, DC:Nearly all the buildings, at least downtown, are extremely photogenic.At the same time, you can't walk down the Mall without seeing at least 1 photographer per square foot.Since writing that entry, I have spent a lot of time in the city's museums and around the major monuments.Looking at them through a potential designer's eyes, trying to sort out what would and what would not be useful,... continue reading
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At this point in my exploration of Dreamstime, I've hit a wall:I've combed through my existing photos for shots that might have commercial value, and submitted most of those.I have no travel on the immediate horizon, and so, for now, my subjects are limited to my immediate area.For better or worse, I live in Washington, DC.The better:There are many, many iconic buildings here, from the Capitol to the White House to all the Smithsonians.The worse:These might just be the most photographed... continue reading
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