Photo Walk Orange with AirBnB and JDP

“Great experience…very well prepared and informative!” Jill M. 10/26/17 “Julie is not only knowledgeable but has a very good sense for how to teach.” Lowell I. 8/10/17 “Julie is a wonderful instructor! She is engaging and thoughtful, and she provides clear instructions and advice.”  Jaclyn 10/11/2017   AirBnB Photo Walk […] Read more »

OC photographer interviewed in Shutterbug

Carizzo Plain Central California

OC Photographer, Julie Diebolt Price, was interviewed for the Business Trends article May 2018 issue of Shutterbug magazine. Business Trends writer, Maria Piscopo, presented this startling fact. There are 32,527,830 #travelphotography posts on Instagram. Maria’s interview with four professional photographers discussed finding success in the changing marketplace of the travel […] Read more »

Cell phone photos show vacation winners

Get better cell phone photos on this vacation Cell phone photos that you take on your vacation can be improved! You will see the difference immediately. Try action shots, using Rule of Thirds, framing your subject, using flash (or not), HDR (high dynamic range). Find apps that take your images […] Read more »

9 Things to Know About Camping Joshua Tree NP

Sunrise and Joshua Trees

There are several reasons that I travel to Joshua Tree National Park to experience nature. Following are some of my observations and what I consider practical things to know learned from my visits to JTNP. 1.  Joshua Tree National Park is easily accessible from Interstate 10 Freeway in Southern California. […] Read more »

Best latte in the O.C.

My favorite place for cafe latte – Felix Continental Cafe at the Circle in Orange. Sunday mornings, a little Cuban music and breakfast… The service is outstanding and food scrumptious. The wait staff remembers us, remembers exactly what we always order (yes, we are creatures of habit), and serves us […] Read more »

View of Irvine Lake from Fremont Canyon Ridge

Fremont Canyon Nature Preserve Fremont Canyon is often referred to as “the Yosemite of Orange County” due to its striking beauty and massive granite formations. It is rich in biological diversity and history. The area is also home to many rare, threatened and endangered plants and animals. The Irvine Ranch […] Read more »