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Walk through the Adams Morgan neighborhood learning about abstract photography
See that wrinkled red leaf on the sidewalk? It’s a picture. See the cross-hatched shadows on the wall made by the fire escape railing? It’s a picture. See the abstract reflections in that yellow motorcycle’s gas tank? It’s a picture. See the colorful and zany patterns of color from that piece of mural art? How about that upside-down storefront reflected in the rear window of the SUV? It’s a picture, and pictures like this actually SELL!
If you want to develop your eye for the weird and unusual close-up, if you want to spend an afternoon inside the right part of your brain, come join professional architectural photographer E. David Luria in the Adams-Morgan neighborhood for a walking safari that will sharpen your eyes for pictures you never knew were there and will demonstrate his clever techniques for close-in photography.
Masking and social distancing is required at all times; groups are limited to 6 participants.
Meet at the southwest corner of 18th St and Columbia Rd NW; closest Metro is Woodley Park-Adams Morgan with a shuttle bus connection to 18th Street.
E. David Luria is founder and director of the Washington Photo Safari, which has trained 36,700 amateur photographers – an average of 5 people every day, 365 days a year, since it was founded in 1999. Trained in Paris by a protégé of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Mr. Luria is a member of the American Society of Media Photographers and the Society of Photographic Educators and has had his images of DC appear in over 100 publications, calendars, and postcards and on 30 magazine covers.