Nature as Art Photography Tours
As an award winning and published photographer, Emily Carter has extensive photography teaching experience in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. Through her work “Nature as Art” she encourages her clients to grow as a digital artist by aiding them in visualizing images that are creative and unique.
Nature as Art Photography Tours celebrate the Wonders of Nature by connecting people with nature and sparking compassion, curiosity and inspiring people to care for our planet. These tours provide clients with real-world opportunities to make memorable connections with nature and wildlife, while learning about conservation.
Well, I’ve succumbed to the temptation and broke the piggy bank and have just acquired the mirrorless Sony A9 and the newly introduced 200-600mm lens. The kit arrived yesterday and I spent several hours last night watching Youtube tutorials and today was our first outing. To say that […]
During my visit at the National Zoo the other day, we stopped into the Small mammal house and enjoyed the little creatures that sleep throughout the day and party all night long. A pair of Fennec foxes were nestled in the back of their habitat with a dirty […]
The Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington D.C. is now home to two new Clouded Leopard cubs and have been on display since late September, 2019. Luckily a friend of mine wanted to go and visit them and off to Washington we went. While they have limited time in […]
Have you ever taken the time to drive near your home to see what hidden treasures might be close by? Well, I’ll be the first one to say…ah..nope ! I usually think that to find a secret treasure that a quest must be embarked upon. After all, that […]
This past weekend Annapolis hosted the 50th year of the in-water Sail boat show. It was a pretty amazing event and my friend and I were able to walk onto several multi-million dollar boats and only dream of what it would be like to be on the water. […]
After such a lovely morning at Harper’s Ferry my day wasn’t complete without heading north towards Catoctin Mountains to enjoy the Maryland countryside. Actually I had a task to complete as the Maryland Forestry Department has a project to plant Black Walnut trees throughout the state and had […]
An early morning in a quiet historic town where the usual tourists are still sleeping, the roof tops of the old homes stand stoically awaiting a new day. This week I was able to visit Harper’s Ferry twice. It’s a little bit of a drive for me, but […]
Being present when you are out in the field with your camera is so important for both the personal experience as well as opening up the creative mind. It is only human nature in modern society to have the brain constantly flitting about from one thought to the […]
A very good friend of mine reminded me of a great post I had shared last year about the Seven Habits of an Effective Photographer. Since we’re on the path of rediscovery, this is a post well worth a second read. Even though I might have written it, […]
Finding your purpose is a life-long ambition and that purpose is ever evolving. Finding your purpose helps you focus your time and energy in activities that fulfill that purpose and spend less effort on those that distract you on your journey. Think of the Monarch butterfly and its […]