Nicole Caldwell

Wish You Were Here- Postcard from Death Valley

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I’ll be sending out a custom Postcard from on of my images of Death Valley, as part of the Wish You Were Here, series. If you would like one, sign up here, or shoot me over your mailing address.

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If You haven’t been to Death Valley- Go- send me a postcard.

It’s about a 5 hour drive from Southern Ca.  The park is massive, plan to spend at least 2 days in the park.  Beatty Nevada is a cute town outside the park.  The Atomic inn is a glamping experience.  KC Outpost has great service.

If you go in the winter- the night gets cold, and if it’s windy- even colder.

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I feel it is incredibly important for photographers to assign themselves, self assignments and personal projects. To explore other than commercial work / weddings.  This helps you bring a new perspective and excitement to your next job.  If you are looking for a photographer- always look to see what they shoot personally.

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