A short five miles from Washington D.C., Old Town Alexandria is a beautifully preserved 1700s Colonial America town transformed into a vibrant destination. On this one-hour walking tour led by a local photographer, you will learn photography tips, hear highlights of 300 years of history, and snap some of your best vacation photos. This tour is perfect for Smartphone cameras, and is for small groups limited to 15 people or less.
Deception? Intrigue? Conspiracy?'Washington, DC's Capitol Hill'is where it all takes place, and it's'one of the city's best places to learn travel and architectural photography. This 3.5-hour photography tour travels to all the familiar locations from the opening credits of the dramatic TV series 'House of Cards.' See the'United State Supreme Court Building, the Library of Congress, and much more. Travel in comfortable, air-conditioned or heated splendor, while learning the tips, tricks, and techniques of photography along the way.
Washington, DC's National Mall is one of the great treasures of the nation's capital, rich in photo opportunities for any camera or smartphone enthusiast. Join Paris-trained architectural photographer E. David Luria on a 2-mile journey to many of the city's most popular attractions ' like the White House, the Lincoln Memorial, the Thomas Jefferson Memorial, the Washington Monument, and many more. Travel in comfortable, air-conditioned or heated splendor, while learning the techniques of travel photography along the way.
Located on the banks of the Potomac River, Old Town Alexandria is an 18th century Colonial American town transformed into a vibrant destination. The water reflections and nightlife make it a perfect location for night photography. On this two-hour walking tour led by a photographer, you will learn how to take photos at night, enjoy a tour of the Old Town's waterfront area, and hear highlights of 300 years of history. This tour is best for DSLR/CSC cameras and is for small groups limited to 10 people or less.
This nighttime photo safari will explore the most photogenic areas of the western end of DC's National Mall, featuring an orientation on the basic techniques of nighttime photography by instructor E. David Luria.