Mont Saint Michel, France
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I have been pretty non-existent in the blogging world lately. Well, let me tell you what I have been up to lately!
I am a project manager for an international travel company and so oftentimes I get to go on some of the trips I manage. Last week, I got to visit France for the first time! It is beautiful there! So much to see and do! Wow! I would like to share some of the things I saw and did here with you through some of the pictures I took. One of my favorite hobbies is photography so of course, I was in heaven in this beautiful country. If you especially like any of the pictures you see in this blog, they are all for sale and can be purchased in a canvas print from my online gallery. I am currently experimenting and having a lot of fun editing using HDR (high dynamic range) so as you can see, all of the photos are edited this way. Hope you like!
This is a beautiful town, famous because it is the place where Joan of Arc was executed in 1431. After spending about 6 hours in Charles de Gaulle Airport waiting for the entire group to arrive (there were about 50), this was our first stop. We walked all around the town, looking at beautiful cathedrals and stopping for lunch. Read the rest of this entry
That’s right! I am now an amateur photographer selling my photos on BigStockPhoto.com! My gallery of 47 images can be viewed at the following link: http://www.bigstockphoto.com/profile/JaneEmily
As of yet, none have sold, but that is not the accomplishment. To me, the accomplishment was taking 47 photos that were considered good enough to be accepted by a stock photo site. I can’t tell you the feeling of achievement this gives me. I bought my camera for this very purpose a little over a year ago and now it has finally come to fruition.
This is only the beginning. I plan to upload my photos to many other stock photo sites and hopefully make a nice little side business out of it. I have a lot to learn about photography. I’ve got a few books to read and I hope to take some classes to learn more.
UPDATE: Just sold my first image! No longer an amateur! Officially professional now!