Florida is a photographer's Paradise!
November 11, 2016 • Leave a Comment
Florida is a photographer's paradise!
After being there for less than a week, I can assure you that the state offers a variety of locals and scenes to suit the interests of a photographer working in just about any genre (except perhaps polar photography!). If you want birds, there are hundreds of them through out the state. Is street photography your thing? Then any big city would be great, but especially Miami, with the section known as "Little Havana" a great place to capture local color. Sailing photography? There are yacht clubs and basins all around the state--it is a peninsula after all. Landscapes or beachscapes the thing that appeals to you? Yes, there are plenty of those as well.
I was also interested, but not surprised, to learn that there is a thriving photography scene in the state. Perhaps it is because there are so many retirees with time on their hands, or perhaps it is just the climate an the many things to photograph, but there are PSA photography clubs all around the state.
Yes, I had a great time visiting the "Sunshine" state, but I was also impressed by the opportunities for photographers to practice their craft, have it reviewed, and appreciated. What more can one ask for?
Keywords: Cape Romano, Florida, Little Havana, Marco Island, Miami, PSA photography clubs, Sanibel Island, Sunshine State, beachscapes, landscapes, photographer's paradise, spoonbills, street photography, wildlife
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