I was intrigued by one photo safari that promised to teach us how to slow down and really see in order to unlock our ability to "photographically elevate the mundane to the magnificent." Their premise is that everyday items and familiar places can offer powerful images in exchange for a little work, imagination, and practice. I'm like, "that sounds cool."
This day trip was all about looking at everyday objects in a new way -- isolating and uplifting the commonplace and nondescript into the unique and beautiful, by just changing our perspective.
Know before you go: There are photo safaris to a variety of cities, including Washington DC, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York City.
Getting there: Each of the Washington Photo Safaris have a different meeting place. Once you sign up, you are notified regarding the specific details.
Website: https://washingtonphotosafari.com/ and for similar workshops in Philadelphia and New York City: http://Cityscape-Photo.com/
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