Fremont Photo Walk

DJG_Fremont-1659Join me for a photo walk on August 20th, 2014 in the heart of one of the greatest neighborhoods in Seattle. We will be photographing in Fremont. The home of the Red Door, the mighty troll, El Camino, soccer at the George & Dragon and of course Adobe and Getty Images.

We will be meeting up at 6:00 in front of the Red Door and heading out to see what we can find. The great part of Fremont is that there is never a shortage of people, places or thinks to photograph. Depending on the weather, and who shows up, we might do a little on-location flash lighting demo, some fun and happy street photography or find a great location to balance the twilight and neon. Luckily no mater what your interest is or shooting style, Fremont is surely bound to have something or some place that will work for you.

Once we are done with the light, we will return to the Red Door and see if we can find some magical elixir to end the night.

I hope that you can make it out. It should be a great time.

August 15, 2014

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