The huge picture windows, the Jeffersonian-style arching domes, and the built-in artwork of architect Cesar Pelli’s $300 million Terminal B/C at the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport provide many opportunities for good exterior and interior architectural photography. Our Safari will also visit the interesting and photogenic corridors of old Terminal A.
With exclusive permission we have obtained from the Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority, we can use tripods to photograph the vaulting ceilings, the built-in artwork, and the long views down the main concourse, a good exercise in mixed lighting work.
We'll also take the opportunity to capture images of the airport from the roof of one of the parking garages (weather permitting).
At each point on this safari we will review techniques of composition, exposure and lighting.
Any camera will do, from point and shoot to SLR. But for best results we suggest you bring a wide angle lens equivalent to about 18 or 28 mm, a telephoto of at least 100mm and a circular polarizing filter. Tripods are allowed and are recommended for the indoor shots of this safari.
Questions can be directed to Marie Joabar at email@example.com.
Class Limit 10
What People Are Saying About David
“David, I can’t tell you how much I appreciate the time and concern you have for your students. You were born to teach!”
“The Safaris in DC are worth every penny and I would highly recommend them to others. Even though I live and work in DC, David showed me a whole new way to see and photograph the monuments that I walk past everyday. I got some great photos that I’m thrilled with! I’ll be looking for more Safaris to take soon.”
Instructor: E. David Luria
E. David Luria is a commercial photographer based in Washington DC specializing in architecture, editorial, event, food, art/still life and landmark photography.
A member of the American Society of Media Photographers and the Society of Photographic Educators, he has had his images of the National Capital Area appear in over 100 national and local publications and on calendars of the US Capitol Historical Society.
David is also founder and director of the Washington Photo Safari which, since 1999, has conducted 4,500+ photo safaris, training over 32,000 people in the techniques of travel, nature and portrait photography.
David is a graduate of Amherst College and studied photography in Paris with a protege of Henri Cartier Bresson. His work can be viewed on his website at www.eDavidLuriaPhotography.smugmug.com.
David teaches the following classes for Capital Photography Center:
- Capital Photography Center Photo Safaris
- Photography As A Second Career
- Travel and Vacation Photography
- Washington DC, a Photographer's Paradise