SD Discover’s Scott Murphy is a local San Diego photographer that is devoted in providing San Diego’s best Beachscape, Cityscape, and Landscape photography services and Fine Art.
Following his childhood passion for motion picture, Scott began his college studies in film but after enrolling in Photography Black and White 100 as an elective, he knew that photography was his true calling. After much consideration, Scott decided to follow his heart and pursue photography fulltime. During his semester breaks, Scott began to travel the world, not knowing that it would sculpt him into the photographer that he is today. During his travels, Scott fell in love with nature and the natural urban essence of the raw cities and knew that he found his niche.
After obtaining his B.A. in Art, Scott joined the Peace Corp and then spent the next 42 months traveling through Asia and Europe. Satisfied with his photography travels, Scott knew it was time return to San Diego and capture the city that he calls home.
Scott’s photos are filled with details and silent emotions, as he will only present the best photo for his viewers. A great amount of Scott’s photos will encompass Sunsets, as it is his optimum time to shoot. Many of Scott’s photos captures San Diego from exciting heights and views.
Scott’s philosophy as a photographer has always been to produce only the best photos for his viewers and to not compromise his values to capture a shot. “I want my viewers to be inspired from my photos and see the beauty in our everyday life. I want people to Discover San Diego one photo at a time.”
Scott’s advice to other photographers, “You never know what will happen! Just be fearless.”
You can find Scott’s photos in various businesses in Downtown San Diego.
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"To provide San Diego’s greatest beachscape, cityscape, and landscape fine art photography by offering only breathtakingly scenic photos."