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Monuments and Memorials: Travel Photography

at Washington Photo Safari - Downtown, Washington, D.C. 1661 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20503

The Monuments and Memorials photo safari provides basic instruction on all aspects of travel photography, explains F-stops, shutter speeds, white balance, ISO settings, and reviews composition techniques for taking pictures of people and places. Learn how to use your camera in the field, not in a classroom on this DC photography tour! After a 45-minute...

Thursday Aug 13th, 9:40am - 1:10pm Eastern Time

Monuments at Night

at Washington Photo Safari - Southwest Washington, D.C. 2 Lincoln Memorial Cir NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20037

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...

Friday Sep 11th, 7pm - 9pm Eastern Time

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F-Stops and Shutter Speeds

at Washington Photo Safari - Southwest Washington, D.C. 1000 Jefferson Dr SW, Washington, District of Columbia 20560

Going on a big trip with your new camera? You MUST do this safari before you go! You love your  camera,  BUT  – out of fear of doing the wrong thing – you always keep it on a nice, safe “Auto” or “P” and let the camera  do the thinking.  Or you put it on “M” because you see the pros doing that and STILL your...

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