Washington Photo Safari Full Day
With a renowned professional photographer at your side, you'll visit some of the most visually pleasing points in the city and receive helpful instruction and tips that will improve your photography skills immensely as you catch some of the monuments like the Lincoln Memorial, the White House, and more on film during your full day instructional.
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The tour is ideal for all skill levels as you'll receive personal instruction suited to your existing abilities. Be sure to bring along a camera - any camera - as your guide will give you tips on using anything from simple disposable point-and-shoot cameras to high-tech digital cameras.
Highlights of the Photo Safari
- White House
- Lafayette Park
- Eisenhower Executive Office Building
- Albert Einstein Memorial
- Lincoln Memorial
- Vietnam Veterans Memorial
- Vietnam Women's Memorial
- U.S. Capitol
- Union Station
- Adams-Morgan Neighborhood
- Washington National Cathedral
- Iwo Jima Memorial
Awards and Accolades
- 2003 - WHERE Magazine's "Top Ten To-Do List"
- Featured on NBC's Today Show
- Featured on the Discovery Channel
- Featured in multiple national publications including USA Today, New York Times, Chicago Tribune, and many others
Skills You'll Learn
- Holding the camera
- Selective focus
- Using lines
- Posed & unposed shots
- Black & white vs. color
- Depth of field control
- Fill flash & cancel flash
- ... and many, many more!
- Price includes full-day guided tour, transportation to locations, and professional photography tips and instruction.
- Photo Safaris are available in English, French, or Spanish
- All Photo Safaris are conducted rain or shine.
- Digital or 35mm cameras as welcome. Guests using 35mm cameras should plan to bring at least two rolls of film with a film speed of 200 or 400.
- Tour departs from the Renwick Gallery.