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at Washington Photo Safari - Bealeton
Capture the majesty of Washington, DC's iconic monuments as they come to life under the night sky. Join us for a guided photo tour that will teach you essential nighttime photography techniques and help you achieve postcard-quality images of the Nation's Capital. Don't miss this opportunity to create stunning, black-and-white photographs that truly capture the meaning of each memorial and statue.
Sat, Mar 09, 5:30pm - 8:00pm Eastern Time
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5114 Ritchie Rd #644, Bealeton, VA , USA
At Ritchie Rd
Bealeton, Virginia 22712 (Map)
|16 and older
|Average Class Size
After giving an orientation on the basic techniques of nighttime photography, Instructor E. David Luria takes you to the most photogenic areas on the western end of the National Mall. We begin our DC at night photo tour along the Mall at the Lincoln Memorial with its majestic statue of President Lincoln. From there we walk along the Mall and visit the Korean War Veterans Memorial, the Three Servicemen Statue, the Vietnam Women’s Memorial.
At each location on this DC photo safari, David reviews exposure, how to shoot at night without using a flash, white balance settings, and how to achieve interesting composition with close-up detail that truly brings out the meaning of each memorial and statue. These memorials photograph much better at night than in the daytime and this safari helps you achieve beautiful, postcard-quality images of the Nation’s Capital. Great for black and white photography too!
What to Bring
Washington Photo Safari operates rain or shine. A separate itinerary is followed on rain or snow days, utilizing landmarks with unique photogenic interiors, such as The National Building Museum, Union Station, The National Postal Museum, The Lincoln Memorial, and the Jefferson Memorial.
In the event that an instructor or the school needs to cancel last minute, students will receive a refund less a 5% non refundable registration fee.
In any event where a customer wants to cancel their enrollment and is eligible for a full refund, a 5% processing fee will be deducted from the refund amount.
Students have positive feedback about the classes at Monuments at Night, with one reviewer mentioning that they learned a lot and had a great time with instructor David. The classes seem to provide a substantial learning experience, allowing students to acquire new skills. While specific details about what was learned or the skills obtained are not mentioned in the given reviews, it can be inferred that the classes at Monuments at Night are enriching and engaging for students. Direct quote: "I learned so much from this class and had a great time exploring the monuments at night."
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