Art and architecture in Taos, NM. Flamenco has a long history in New Mexico because of the Spanish influence. The great Carmen Amaya is said to have performed here. Its architecture; an influence of Spanish and Pueblo. What a combination.
Marika and Rachel before a performance at the Taos Inn.
This week's posts are some of my favorite from my vacations through southern Spain and southern New Mexico.
This is the visitor center for The City of Rocks near Silver City. The rocks are wonderful, but I was more interested in these perspectives. #architecturalphotography#newmexicotrue#architecture
Know that you need better photographs of your work, but not sure if you want to hire a photographer? A good way to figure it out is to try it.
There is nothing like trying something to find out 1. if you have the talent for it 2. you enjoy it 3. to give you more appreciation and understanding of the work other people do.
You may find out that you do want to hire someone. Or, you may find that you like it so much that you change professions, like I did ;) Either way, more information about photography will help you make better decisions.
Check out my blog post "How to choose a camera for architectural photography and how to practice" for more information.