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Commonly known as the The Getty and also known as The J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Center in Los Angeles displays a huge variety of European... more
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Commonly known as the "The Getty" and also known as The J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Center in Los Angeles displays a huge variety of European paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs, and a number of other notiable valuable items, as you may know. However, it's the magnificent architecture and campus that interested me a few years ago when I visited it. Enjoy!
For decades I have enjoyed photographing a variety of subjects as a landscape photographer, a seascape photographer, a travel photographer, a portrait photographer, and as an event photographer-- always looking for the best composition and lighting that will elicit wonderful emotions when my clients see my work. That is what I strive for! My work is always evolving with new photographic approaches and with graphic enhancements to reflect how I see my subjects. As you look through my collections, you will see how I captured my subjects in a compelling manner for you to enjoy and with quality lighting and vibrant color to make my photographs more...
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