WASHINGTON, DC, March 29, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- PhotoTour DC has produced a Cherry Blossom Photo Guide
to help photographers take better pictures of Cherry Blossom trees during the four-week National Cherry Blossom Festival celebration.
"Many photographers love the beauty of Cherry Blossoms but are frustrated when their photos don't reflect what they try to capture," says Lynford Morton, PhotoTour DC founder and photography coach. "I created this guide to take away some of the guess work for Washington, DC visitors, as well as photography beginners to enthusiasts."
The National Cherry Blossom Festival is the nation's greatest springtime celebration, commemorating the 101st anniversary of the gift of trees from Tokyo to Washington, DC. The 2013 festival began on the first day of spring, March 20, and continues through April 14, 2013.
The Cherry Blossom Photo Guide is a free ebook designed to help visitors and photographers decide the best times to photograph the Cherry Blossoms, pack the right photographic equipment, take great pictures, and share them with the community of other photographers.
PhotoTour DC also conducts daily travel photography workshops around the Tidal Basin during the Cherry Blossom Festival. The photo tours are designed for beginners to enthusiasts who want personal instruction from a professional photographer in learning their cameras and taking great pictures.
"The Cherry Blossom Photo Guide and photo tours are based on my 20 years photographing Washington, DC and the thousands of people I have coached around the city's picturesque locations," says Morton. "Because it is in the convenient electronic format, the guide is always available to photographers on their smart phones and tablets."
Download the Cherry Blossom Photo Guide at www.cherryblossomphotoguide.com
is the Washington, DC region's photography workshop that includes a sightseeing experience. On our excursions, a professional photographer teaches you how to master your camera and take great pictures during a photo tour of the area's monuments, landmarks, and historic neighborhoods.