Posts Tagged ‘Workshops’

Washington DC Photography Workshops, Courses, Classes, Instruction – Confused About How To Pick The Right Class For You?

There are plenty of different ways to learn photography and plenty of teachers in the Washington DC area.
If you’re considering taking a class, or whatever you want to call it, you should walk out of the class knowing more than you knew walking in.
A class is taught by a teacher, so I think that before [...]


Questions To Ask Before You Invest In A Photography Class

Of course I hope that you’ll decide to explore your interest in photography by registering for my classes, however, I realize that there are a lot of choices available.

In order to help you make a more informed decision based on your particular needs, please take a moment to read through the following questions before you register for any workshop.

I hope the questions will assist you in selecting the right person or organization to work with.


After World War One Attack On The U.S., Statue Of Liberty Torch Remains Closed.

The event that closed public access to the right arm and torch of the Statue of Liberty is mostly overlooked in history classes and at the monument also.


Backyard Fireworks, Sewell NJ

A display of fireworks in daylight makes a vertical ascent outdoors in a backyard located in the suburb of Sewell, NJ.

Click on the photograph of Backyard Fireworks, Sewell NJ, July 2007.to see more information and a larger version.

Background Information:
While attending a  party in the  NJ suburb of Sewell, NJ fireworks were bring ignited  in [...]


Statue Of Liberty Crown To Reopen To Visitors On July 4, 2009.

Close up of the Staue of Liberty photographed from the side showing the book, crown and torch.
Click on the photograph of the Statue-Of-Liberty-Close-Up-Side-View to see more information and a larger version.

I know I’m a bit  late on this  story, but  at least I made it before the actual opening. Better late than never.
From a press [...]