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Capital Photography Center @ 9200 Old Dominion Dr, Virginia, DC 22102
Great Falls of the Potomac River is truly the greatest natural wonder of the DC area, and there is no better time to photograph it than at dawn. Join Corey Hilz and photograph the early morning splendor of the falls from the overlook in Maryland, as well as some of the nearby sights such as the C&O Canal and Great Falls Tavern. Learn how to shoot in low light, capture flowing water, exploit the rising sun, compose waterscapes, and more. We...
Saturday Jun 3rd, 5:15–8:15am Eastern Time
Washington Photo Safari @ 1661 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20503
The Monuments and Memorials photo safari provides basic instruction on all aspects of travel photography, explains F-stops, shutter speeds, white balance, ISO settings, and reviews composition techniques for taking pictures of people, landscapes and cityscapes. Learn how to use your camera in the field, not in a classroom on this DC photography tour! After a 45-minute orientation on travel photography techniques, our shooting itinerary will...
Thursday Jun 1st, 9:40am–1:10pm Eastern Time
Digital Photo Academy @ Cross Streets TBA, Washington, DC 20003
Digital Photo Academy instructors are available to accommodate personal schedules and provide a half day, 3 hours of instruction to suit the needs of individual parties. Typically the session will last approximately, beginning with a discussion about the student’s specific camera equipment and photographic needs, then leading into an in-the-field shoot that coincides with the photography goals of the student. The shoot can focus on Landscape,...
Thursday Jun 1st, 10am–1pm Eastern Time
Washington Photo Safari @ 2 Lincoln Memorial Cir NW, Washington, DC 20037
After giving an orientation on the basic techniques of nighttime photography, Instructor E. David Luria takes you to the most photogenic areas on the western end of the National Mall. We begin our DC at night photo tour along the Mall at the Lincoln Memorial with its majestic statue of President Lincoln. From there we walk along the Mall and visit the Korean War Veterans Memorial, the Three Servicemen Statue, the Vietnam Women’s Memorial. ...
Sunday Jun 4th, 8–10pm Eastern Time
Capital Photography Center @ 8130 Porter Rd, Virginia, DC 22042
Appropriate for DSLRs and Mirrorless cameras with manual exposure settings. Today’s cameras offer the photographer a wealth of tools that can lead to beautiful photographs. Capturing the perfect portrait of a loved one, a fleeting moment leading to the winning goal, or a stunning travel photo takes practice and know-how. Learn how YOU, not the camera, can control the final image by choosing the appropriate setting for the look you want. Understanding...
Saturday Jun 10th, 9:30am–1:30pm Eastern Time
at Capital Photography Center - Downtown, Washington, D.C.
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With careful planning, while you keep your day job, you CAN turn your hobby and your love of photography into a lucrative profession. Many people facing retirement, reduced pensions or job layoffs have successfully become full-time or part-time photographers, earning a significant income with their photo skills.
This talk given by professional photographer E. David Luria, will explore ways to make a successful transition into photography as a profession, looking at such options as shooting for stock, events, weddings, child portraits, sports, architecture, real estate, restaurants, food, pets, sailboats, landscapes, lawyers and more.
David will discuss such topics as: how do you get educated in photography? Once you get to be a GOOD photographer, how can you market your skills? How do you set prices for your work? Where can you go for further training in photography while holding down your day job? How do you get published? How do you build a photo portfolio? Who are the potential clients in your own neighborhood and community? Which areas of photography have the greatest income potential? And more.
Participants will also be encouraged to explore areas of photography with which they are not as familiar as possible options for career work.
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Capital Photography Center
Downtown, Washington, D.C.
1616 H St NW
Btwn 17th St NW & Jackson Pl NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20006 Downtown, Washington, D.C.
1616 H St NW
Btwn 17th St NW & Jackson Pl NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20006
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How We Began
Capital Photography Center was created by Marie Joabar who for more than a decade was the Education Programs Manager and Corporate Trainer at Penn Camera, one of Washington D.C.’s long standing photography retailers. Marie developed that company’s educational program growing it from...
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