Georgetown by Land and Sea - Washington Photo Safari - Washington DC Professional Amateur Photography Field Trips Workshops Classes Training Institution

Georgetown by Land and Sea

Georgetown by Land and Sea

This Safari gives you the best vantage points and times of day for photographing Georgetown’s unique architectural gems!

In this safari, we capture the unique colonial-style architecture of the homes, restaurants, and storefronts of Georgetown' streets, including views of the C and O Canal and the picturesque Grace Episcopal Church.  Then we go down to the waterfront and photograph the Post-modern complex of Washington Harbor, with its columns and fountains and beautiful views of the DC waterfront.
During our last hour we get into a boat that takes us up the Potomac River all the way past the Jefferson Memorial, allowing us to photograph the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument, Washington Harbor, Georgetown, and other monuments of the nation's capital in the afternoon sun.  This is a great safari to take in advance of any travel plans you may have, so that you get to know how to use all the features you have paid for on your camera!

Check out these Basic Tips (PDF) on photography and camera use covered in this safari!

Safari Details:

Meet at Old Stone House,  3051 M St NW.  The closest Metro is Foggy Bottom, with Circulator Bus connection to M Street.  Fee of $79 includes boat ride.  Non-photographer companions welcome to attend at $12 for boat ride fee.

About the Instructor:

E. David Luria is a professional architectural photographer trained in Paris by a protégé of Henri Cartier-Bresson. His work has appeared in over 100 publications, and  his images currently appear in the annual calendars  of the US Capitol Historical Society, including one on the cover. His Washington Photo Safari program, with a 5-star rating and annual Certificates of Excellence from Trip Advisor, has trained over 34,000 amateur photographers on 4,900 + photo safaris since 1999.