Alexandria is a photographer’s paradise, so our safari will begin at the waterfront, move on to the Torpedo Factory area with its marina, the jugglers, the paddleboats and musicians, and then up King Street and its adjoining streets to capture the Town Hall, the storefronts, the colonial architecture, the doorknobs, the housefronts, finally ending at the Christ Church on Washington Street.
Architectural photographer E. David Luria will give tips on informal portraiture and architectural photography.
Meet on river side of Torpedo Factory, Union and Cameron Street, Alexandria waterfront. Garage parking available.
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.