AirBnB Experience with JDP – Photo Walk Orange

“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


Photo Walk – Orange


Learn how your camera works and take home pictures to prove it!

Lively and interactive EXPERIENCE

Welcome to Old Towne Orange Experience

Your “Photo Walk – Orange” EXPERIENCE portrait is done here!


Explore with Julie the vibrant commercial district and quiet back alleys of this quaint and historic town in Orange County, which is also a popular movie location. Orange Plaza at The Circle of Orange, site of the famous annual Chapman University Undie Run, is our meeting and ending location. A brief review of how our cameras work kicks off the event and Julie will answer photography “how to” questions.

Beginning by the fountain at the Circle in Old Towne Orange, where several popular movies were filmed, historic buildings and sites will be the background for our lively and interactive experience. Along the way you will learn tips and tricks for creating amazing images with your camera. Learn to understand light, experiment with macro, motion, architecture and people photography.

The best part of this experience is that I will photograph you during this experience so you will have lasting memories of your time in the O.C. We’ll end at a favorite spot for a snack and beverage, discuss what we learned and relive our best shots.


Julie now offers EXPERIENCES in Orange County!

Local hosts design and lead excursions or other activities through AirBnB. Hosts give guests unique access into places and communities in their city. We offer both immersions and one day experiences. One day experiences can last just a couple of hours. All experiences can range from workshops to long treks, and are available for various skill levels and interests.


Airbnb Experience Photo Walk-Orange

Out-of-town guests?

Experience Orange County in a fun and unique way!


If you’d like to reserve your spot for this Photo Walk – Orange EXPERIENCE with Julie, click here.


Special pricing (only $49) through December. Call today for details – 714-669-4537

Fireworks Spectacular with fusion photography

This hybrid and fusion photography of the Disneyland fireworks spectacular

is a set of still photos morphed into a video and set to music. The music is royalty-free, which means I purchased the rights to use it in this manner. Premium Beat is my source for music. Disneyland is my source for fireworks throughout most of the year.

Slow shutter speeds (e.g., 1/10 sec) allow the shutter to stay open long enough to capture the fireworks light trails.

Want to learn more about this technique? Join us on a photography field session to set up your tripod and do this yourself!

13 Things About Business Video…

13 things about business video that you might not have known…

1. According to Cisco, 90% of all traffic on the Internet in the next few years will be from video. So, if you are not using video to promote your business, you are losing out.
2. By 2013 nearly 20% of all ad spending was directed toward video content.
3. Keep your videos short. According to marketing professionals the typical length of a watched Internet video is just under 3 minutes.
4. Create a video with high-quality production values. Not many people want to spend time watching a video that is fuzzy and blurry.
5. To have a professional look, you really should use supplemental light.
6. Choose only video websites that will allow you to share your video with social media –
YouTube, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, LinkedIn.
7. Choose a title that accurately reflects what your video is about.
8. Include a two- or three-paragraph description the clearly outlines what’s in your video and don’t forget to include relevant tags.
9. According to Forrester Research, videos are 53 times more likely than text to appear on page one of Google search results.
10. You can use YouTube’s keyword tool to help you pick the right keywords that are the most popular based on monthly search statistics.
11. When you post your video to social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Instagram, be sure to either tweet or tag influential companies or people in your posts.
12. You can use Facebook ads to promote video reviews and other content.
13. Did you know that sellers, who present their service on video, sell 220% more?

Julie Diebolt Price, President of JDP Photography

Julie Diebolt Price


Here is the link to my eBusinessCard video.