A Better Way to do Travel Photos France, Part I

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I spent last week in France. I was participating in a photography workshop with some extraordinary photographers from around the world. It was hosted by Master Photographer Sue Bryce. I will write more about that, later. Right now, I want to write about a thing I tried called Flytographer. The first day there, I was on my own. I explored the neighborhood of Montmartre in Paris. I discovered Flytographer in an online post at The New York Times. They have photographers in cities all over the world who will take your travel photos. They will book for anywhere from half an hour to all day. It’s very easy—you choose the photographer whose style you like, and then book them online. Krystal met me in Montmartre. She was friendly, funny, and easy-going. She showed me the most charming and interesting sites, where she took photos of me that I love. Below are a few of my favorites.
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You can read France, Parts II & III here http://maundymitchell.com/france-part-ii/ and here http://maundymitchell.com/personal-travel-photos/