Join WPS for a Safari that Highlights Why DC is a Photographer’s Paradise!
Experience DC Through Your Camera Lens
If you love to take pictures and travel, come join one of our photo Safaris! A professional photographer takes you around the monuments of Washington DC or other domestic and international travel locations while giving you tips on composition, lighting, and exposure. We know all the great spots, and you’ll have a lot of fun hearing colorful history about the sites we visit while learning how to take postcard-quality pictures!
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Capture Monarch Butterflies With Your Camera Before They Fly To Mexico!
Learn to use Live Composite and other special techniques on your Olympus Camera to create unique and creative images
Learn how to use all the features on your Nikon Camera from a Pro!
Photograph displays highlighting the incredible contributions made by African Americans to the tapestry of the American experience.
Learn about all the cool features available on your Samsung Galaxy Smartphone without having to install any apps!
Learn to Capture a Different Aspect of DC with Street Photography at Twilight!
Washington DC at twilight is one of the prettiest cities in the country and one of the best places to see it is right from the middle of the city, with the 360- degree views…
Spend a full day at Longwood Gardens photographing fall flowers and landscapes!
Learn from and photograph 27 17th Century Dutch and Flemish Paintings at the National Gallery of Art!
Learn Architectural Photography in the 12-story atrium of this beautiful 19th Century building
Hiding in plain sight is another architectural gem in northwest DC: Saint Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral!
Take postcard-worthy photos as the sun sets from the top of the Washington Monument and night photos of the World War II Memorial and the Reflecting Pool.
Photograph the Full Moonrise over the Nation’s Capital from the Sky Dome at the DoubleTree Crystal City
Access course content online and then participate in weekly hour-long Zoom sessions to review and discuss homework assignments and participate in Q and A.
Photograph the FUTURES Exhibit at the Smithsonian Arts and Industries Building when it re-opens in November!
Get 2 hours of private photographic training from the comfort of your home, by phone!