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Baltimore’s Walters Art Museum Photo Safari

Baltimore’s Walters Art Museum Photo Safari

Experience the treasures of Baltimore’s Walters Art Museum in a new and unique way, through the eyes of award-winning photographer Steve Rosenbach. 

The Walters is internationally lauded for its collection of art, which spans the third millennium B.C through the early 20th century. You will see and photograph items as varied as Greek sculptures, medieval stained glass, Old Masters paintings, Art Nouveau jewelry, and 19th-century European and American masterpieces. For examples photographed by Steve, see this online album on Flickr.

Steve will guide you through the museum and instruct you on the best way to photograph each kind of artwork, without the use of flash or tripod.  He’ll show you how to achieve a proper white balance under the various interior lighting conditions you’ll encounter and how to improve your photographic composition by studying great works of art.  

This safari is suitable for all skill levels. 

Safari Details:

Recommended equipment: DSLR or mirrorless camera, preferably with a fast (f/2.8 or faster) normal or short telephoto lens. 

NOTE: Tripods and camera bags are not allowed in the galleries. There are a limited number of lockers available at no charge for such items before entering the galleries. 

Meet in the lobby inside the W Centre Street entrance of the museum, which is across the street from Gallery Grill, 13 W Centre Street, Baltimore, MD 21201.

Parking Information for this Photo Safari:

Walters Art Museum Visitor Parking Lot at the northwest corner of Cathedral Street and W. Centre Street, $10-14.
Franklin Street Garage, 15 W Franklin St, Baltimore, MD 21201 - only $5 - a 1-1/2 block walk to the museum entrance.

Nearby Public Transportation:

Baltimore Light Rail System: Lexington Market Light Rail Stop - Howard Street between Clay and W. Saratoga
Baltimore Metro (Subway): Lexington Market Station 

About the Instructor:

Steve Rosenbach is an award-winning photographer and popular photo tour leader. An ex-New Yorker, he has lived in the Annapolis area for 20 years. Steve specializes in finding unusual images at any location, and he will share this experience with you by taking you to the best photo locations and showing you the best picture angles during your Safari.