New Travel Photography Website Helps People Get Dream Nature Shots While Cutting Costs
Michael Murray today announced his new website and pledged to safely go anywhere in the continental USA to help more people get the nature shots they've longed to have in their homes. They won't pay anything for his travel time.
Instead of hunting through websites or visiting art festivals, people can just ask Michael Murray Photography to get the photograph they thought they'd never hold.
"I'll go to the places that are hard to reach – everywhere from the top of Fort Hill in North Olmsted, Ohio to a long one-way, hair-raising road to Florence Lake east of Fresno, California,"
Michael Murray Photography has hundreds of color and black and white photos, including Cannon Beach, Oregon; Kings Canyon, California; San Francisco, California, Independence Pass, Colorado; and the rolling hills of West Virginia and Hinckley, Ohio.
But the custom approach is main focus of the agency. "I will keep making the effort for anyone who has a specific location in mind. If I need to work my way through a creek, it's not a big deal. I've also learned to be patient for the right shot. I spent two hours in one spot under the Ohio Turnpike just to get the best lighting from the rising sun."
Companies and individuals can see some of Michael's work at his website:
He also has a vast collection that's not online – flowers, wildlife, sprawling landscapes, CityScapes, sunrises, sunsets, streams, lakes, forests and much more. If any of the photographs meet a need, prints and high-resolution digital downloads are available.
For the custom requests, customers only pay a photo deposit up front and the balance when they select the photos they prefer. Michael Murray Photography covers local transportation in Northeast Ohio. More distant trip expenses are limited to extremely modest accommodations and transportation (i.e. car rental, flight). Customers never pay for travel time. Lodging expenses can be minimal, especially when camping and backpacking are part of the arrangement.
"The possibilities are endless. Right now, it's the USA. But I want to go to the ends of the earth for people so they can have the precise photograph they've waited too long to see," Michael said. "I've already given away some photos to people who made special requests."