A House of Cards: The Icons of Capitol Hill
Sunday, August 10, 2014
Deception? Intrigue? Conspiracy? Capitol Hill in Washington DC is where it all takes place! It also happens to be one of the city’s best places to learn the techniques of travel and architectural photography!
Monuments and Memorials - Half Day
Wednesday, August 6, 2014
Learn how to take great pictures BEFORE you go on that expensive trip! Join our standard Monuments and Memorials workshop, offered every Wednesday and Saturday, in which Paris-trained architectural photographer E. David Luria takes you to some of the most popular monuments and historic buildings in Washington.
Outdoor Informal Portraiture - Beginner Level
Saturday, September 6, 2014
Getting a natural, relaxed image in posed pictures of friends and family is art, not science. It takes a number of ingredients, particularly mastering the science portion of photography so you, the photographer, can be natural and relaxed. This photo Safari, taught by professional portrait photographer Bob Blanken, will use the wonderful settings available at Meridian Hill Park in Washington DC
Barns, Farms and Bridges of Frederick County MD
Sunday, September 28, 2014
If you’d like to travel back in time, join us on this unique day-long photo experience led by Frederick photographer Judy Reisman to shoot the farms, barns and covered bridges of Frederick County, MD.
SNAPS! Special Safari Adventures for Smartphone and Tablet Camera Users
Saturday, August 2, 2014
With our extensive knowledge of the DC area, we will take you to the BEST locations for the Ultimate Selfie and for creating your own phone-cam’s portfolio of postcard-perfect pictures!
F-Stops and Shutter Speeds at the National Building Museum
Saturday, August 16, 2014
Help is now on the way from a professional architectural photographer who has made every F-stop mistake in the book, E. David Luria, director of the Washington Photo Safari! This special photo Safari will concentrate on understanding WHY you would want to choose “Shutter Priority” or “Aperture Priority” or the “Portrait” setting, or the “Landscape” setting or the “Sports” setting or even the “P” setting for your film or digital camera, whether it is an SLR or a simple point and shoot or “prosumer ” digital/film camera. You will learn how YOU - not the camera - can control the final image.
Faces, Not Places!
Saturday, August 23, 2014
Professional event photographer and Washington Photo Safari director E. David Luria will give you very useful tips on how (and how not) to take posed and unposed photos of the people you know, how to capture candid moments of people you do NOT know in crowded marketplaces or on street scenes—in short: how to take pictures that really tell the PEOPLE story of your trip!
Warbirds In Flight: Radio-Controlled Model Airplanes!
Saturday, September 13, 2014
How would you like to photograph or video military jet aircraft being prepared for flight, taking off, buzzing the airfield, doing dogfights in the sky, and then landing on a short runway?
Cherry Blossoms at Sunrise