Planning a trip to Paris soon? Well, before you go, here’s your chance to make a collage or booklet of side-by-side comparison photos with DC.
Nighttime in Georgetown
On this Georgetown photography tour you learn the techniques of nighttime photography without flash, using a tripod, and long exposures, and adjusting the white balance settings on your camera.
Our safari begins at Washington Harbor with an orientation on nighttime photography. Then we shoot the great view of the Kennedy Center, as seen from the banks of the Potomac River. We then walk through the streets of Georgetown, photographing the 18th-century homes and storefronts, illuminated in the soft glow of old-fashioned street lamps, with long exposures giving us the red and white tracing lines of taillights and headlights from the passing cars. We also move along M Street and up Wisconsin Avenue to capture the vibrant life of this historic entertainment, dining, and shopping neighborhood on this one-of-a-kind tour of Georgetown.
- A sturdy tripod
- Extra memory cards
- Extra charged battery
- Accessories such as filters, remote release
- Weather appropriate clothing
Meet in front of Fiola Restuarant on the Boardwalk at 31st and K in Washington Harbor. Here is a map!
E. David Luria is founder and director of the Washington Photo Safari. He is a commercial photographer specializing in architecture, editorial, event, food, art/still life and landmark photography.
A member of the American Society of Media Photographers and the Society of Photographic Educators, he has had his images of the National Capital Area appear in over 100 national and local publications.
David is a graduate of Amherst College and studied photography in Paris with a protege of Henri Cartier Bresson.