Join me as we meander through the historic streets of Charleston’s French Quarter and along the Battery in the South of Broad neighborhood enjoying some of Charleston’s most beautiful and picturesque areas as we seek out those perfect images to photograph. As we walk I’ll share guidance and tips to help make your images look amazing, as well as take some photos of you exploring our beautiful city which you will be able to download within 72 hours of your experience. Please bring with you a camera (any type will do from a DSLR to a cell phone), a comfortable pair of walking shoes, curiosity, love of history and a sense of adventure. We’ll begin and end your adventure on the steps of the US Customs House. During the summer months, it can get HOT in the afternoons. I highly recommend morning walks when it's a little cooler & there is a better chance of a breeze. Check out my other Experience (it's new)! * If you're looking for just a photoshoot I have a private and/or group photoshoot available on Airbnb here.. https://www.airbnb.com/experiences/873011
I’m a professional photographer and photography professor. My first memory with my camera was borrowing my parent’s camera to take a photo of my Dad and Grandfather together on Mt Rainier. I carry a camera with me wherever I go and am driven to find the most beautiful and culturally interesting places to photograph. I now share and teach what I've been fortunate enough to experience. Check out my photography website for more: heathermoran.net @heathermoranphotography
Digital images of you from our walk delivered with 72 hours.
Starting at the historic Customs House we’ll go over a few basic camera skills and composition tips. From there we begin our walk meandering through the French Quarter and South of Broad neighborhood passing historic sites such as The Old Slave Mart Museum, Stoll’s Alley, The Battery, the remains of the old Walled City, Rainbow Row and all the nooks and crannies along the way. Any camera is acceptable, fun is the goal.
10月19日 土曜日 10:00～12:00
Make sure to wear comfortable walking shoes & put on some sun block before we begin! Unfortunately, I cannot control the weather- be prepared for the rain, heat or cold!