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  • Jeff & Kate Howard Washington, DC Vacation Experts HotelsNearDCMetro.com http://hotelsneardcmetro.com jeff.hotelsneardcmetro@gmail.com

    For Photographers

    If your a photographer who is looking to build on their skills and see Washington, D.C. this itinerary sponsored by Washington Photo Safari is for you. Get the inside track on the best place to take photos in Washington, DC and improve your photography.

  • TRIP SUMMARY

    9:30 AM Metro to Farragut Sq.

    9:45 AM Monuments and Memorials: Travel Photography -- Full Day

    10:30 AM Union Station - Union Station

    12:00 PM United States Capitol - United States Capitol

    1:30 PM United States Botanic Garden - United States Botanic Garden

    3:00 PM Adams Morgan

    4:00 PM Washington National Cathedral - Washington National Cathedral

    5:15 PM Drop Off at Tenlytown Metro

    Day 1

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    DAY 1

    Metro to Farragut Sq.

    Monuments and Memorials: Travel Photography -- Full Day When Kate and I found this tour we thought it was awfully unique and a great way to accomplish seeing Washington, D.C. while building your skills as a photographer.

    This is the agenda for the full day tour, many other tours exist.

    For more info: https://washingtonphotosafari.com/safari/4832

    Description (What You Will See): The full day version includes the morning session described above and after lunch in Union Station, goes on to the US Capitol and the Botanic Gardens, to the colorful Adams Morgan entertainment/restaurant district for training in “right-brained” abstract photography, then ends at the magnificent Washington National Cathedral where we teach you how (and how not) to photograph church interiors and some of the most beautiful stained glass windows you will ever see in any church. (Your fee includes a contribution to the Cathedral.)

    Review: I just attended my 5th Washington Photo Safari, this one a half-day tour of Washington Monuments. I cannot say enough good things about David Luria. He is a terrific instructor, a great photographer in his own right and has an excellent knowledge of each of the monuments we photographed. We covered the Vietnam and Korean War Memorials as well as the Lincoln Memorial. David provided a comprehensive history lesson on each of them as well as providing advice on how to get the best possible photographs of each (including various perspectives, apertures, shutter speeds, using black and white etc). I couldn't have been more pleased with this tour and the knowledge I gained. Thanks David.

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    Union Station

    United States Capitol

    United States Botanic Garden

    Adams Morgan

    Union Station 50 Massachusetts Ave NE, Washington, DC, US, 20002 (202) 289-1908

    United States Capitol First St, Washington, DC, US, 20004 (202) 226-8000

    United States Botanic Garden 100 Maryland Ave NE, Washington, DC, US, 20002 (202) 225-8333

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    Washington National Cathedral

    Drop Off at Tenlytown Metro

    Washington National Cathedral 3101 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC, US, 20016 (202) 537-6200

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