Learn how to use the essential Photoshop Elements’ tools for retouching and color-correcting your photographic images in both Quick Fix and Expert modes.
New Photo Safaris
Some of the best “photo ops” in the nation’s capital are available right outside the door of the Smithsonian Castle!
Photograph spectacular interior and exterior architecture at the U.S. Institute of Peace Building!
Photograph the memorials on the National Mall to the “Greatest Generation”: The War Memorials of World War II
Learn how to use your smartphone to take better photos at the Museum of American Art/National Portrait Gallery
Photograph World War II airplanes flying over the National Mall during the 75th Anniversary of Victory in Europe (VE) Day ceremonies.
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.
An introduction to using PhotoShop to edit images and bring out your creativity
If a picture is worth 1,000 words, how do you get those 1,000 words into the picture? This special safari will help you find those
people-oriented angles on photos that tell a story at…
Food presentation has now become an art form. Learn how to photograph it at three restaurants in Georgetown!
Visit three restaurants in Adams Morgan and learn to properly photograph culinary creations before sampling them: experience a
variety of Brazilian meats and fresh seafood, Nepalese-Indian fare at a Himalayan lodge, and seasonal desserts…
Photograph the interior of the National Cathedral illuminated by the golden rays of light of the Winter Solstice shining through stained glass windows!
Enjoy the D.C. debut at the REACH, of approximately 100 stunning Winter Lanterns crafted by Chinese artisans made up of 10,000 colored LED lights, including the Chinese Four Symbols and 12 Zodiac Signs, Panda Grove,…