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It’s time for Fireworks!

There is no place better to photograph fireworks than Washington, DC on Independence Day...with a multitude of venues in and around the city that provide plenty of photographic opportunities.

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Airline Laptop Ban Guide for Photographers

Checking your laptop and camera gear on international flights appears likely to become the norm, not the exception

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How to Photograph DC in 3 Days

Whether you use a simple disposable or a complex digital camera, Washington, DC has a ton of places to capture great photos: monuments, memorials, historic places, rushing rivers, stately mansions, sweeping vistas, gorgeous sunrises and sunsets, carousels, funky and kid-friendly sculpture, ethnic neighborhoods, colorful storefronts, mural art, and free-admission Smithsonian museums that let you photograph many of their exhibitions.

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Washington DC: A Photographer’s Paradise

Cradling the child in her arms, her left elbow thrust forward, the woman stands resolute, determined to protect the baby as she watches her home collapse in an earthquake. This scene takes place 24 hours a day in Washington DC, one block from the White
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Presidents’ Day Discounts


We are offering a special Presidents' Day discount with 10% off on ANY of our Safaris!   (Yes, that does include Cherry Blossom Festival Safaris!)

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Tips from the Pros:  The Decisive Moment

"To me, photography is the simultaneous recognition, in a fraction of a second, of the significance of an event."   - Henri Cartier-Bresson

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Be the boss of your camera in 2017!

Resolve to be the boss of your camera in 2017!  Master these skills in 2017 and you will be shooting like a pro:

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Photo Panda’s Holiday Gift Guide

The holidays are upon us!  If you know somebody  who loves to take pictures (yourself, maybe?) here are Photo Panda's Gift Guide that will make any photographer smile:

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Tips from the Pros: Help with your Bokeh

Hey, hey, whaddayasay?  How is your Bokeh today? 
"Bokeh"  comes from the Japanese word "boke"  which means "blur" or "haze."

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