This photo Safari will bring you face to face with nature and to the beautiful landscapes of a farm located on 500 acres of land in Davidsonville MD, only 40 minutes away from Washington DC.
This photo Safari, led by professional photographer Eddie Arrossi, will allow you to observe and photograph the bucolic images of a working barn and the beauty of the horses. We will also hike with our cameras on the path of the amazing trails that will take us to secret Maryland vineyards.
Eddie will go over understanding your camera and techniques to capture nature and take advantage of the beautiful country landscapes, horses and a trail on through woods crossed by creeks with wild flowers, insects, deer and an adventure that will make you feel in a full safari mode.
Your safari guide will be Eddie Arrossi, a professional from Argentina who lived in Annapolis for 10 years and who owns a renowned photography studio specialized in corporate event photography. Eddie is also a travel photographer and sailor and will share his experience with you by taking you to the best photo opportunities showing you the best picture angles during your Safari.
The meeting point will be at a specific address from where we will walk to the barn first and then into the woods.
- Extra memory cards
- Extra charged battery
- Accessories such as filters, remote release
- Weather appropriate clothing
The specific meeting location will be provided upon registration.
Eddie Arrossi is an independent photographer in the Washington DC area specializing in photojournalism, weddings, and corporate events who covers local news events for the Spanish New Agency EFE. Raised in Argentina, Eddie began his work at age 16 and became one of the more prominent travel photographers in Buenos Aires, developing a large portfiolio of images that appear on post cards and travel books sold throughout Argentina’s capital city and at Iguacu Falls. He has also photographed extensively on his travels to Bolivia, Peru, Chile, Brazil, the UK, Holland and the Czech Republic. Now a resident of Bowie, MD since 2002, Eddie frequently serves as an instructor for Washington Photo Safari. His work can be seen at his website www.eaphoto.com.