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Adams Morgan Day Street Festival!

Spend the afternoon learning Street Photography at the Adams Morgan Day Street Festival!

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For 45 years, Adams Morgan Day has been a family-friendly celebration with music, art and activities for all ages. The Day is planned entirely by volunteers, and as Washington, DC’s longest running neighborhood festival, they welcome residents and visitors alike to meet their neighborhood businesses, artists, and service organizations. It takes place all along 18th Street and adjoining side-streets in the Adams Morgan district of DC.

Instructors Alain Gutierrez and WPS Director E. David Luria have been invited to teach a special one-time safari at the annual Adams Morgan Day Street Festival! This afternoon-long event will feature dancing in the streets, song groups, artisan displays, soccer and flag football clinics for kids, games, live music entertainment, face painting, and story-telling – in short, many great opportunities to take exciting people-oriented photos that are good training for your travels! We have room for 12 people and Alain and David will then divide the safari into two groups of 6 photographers so that each person gets as much personal hands-on instruction as possible.

The best pictures that you take will be shared with the Festival for their future promotion work!