Thanks to a recalcitrant President and Congress the Library of Congress was closed, the National Building Museum was setting up for an event, and the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception was substituted. Do not worry about signing up for a workshop in advance because David will have a plan A, plan B, and even plan C. This National Shrine was an acceptable location for E. David Luria's workshop for architectural photography. We had opportunities to photograph the grounds, the exterior, and a wide variety of interiors with a wide variety of lighting conditions. He gave those students with changeable lenses the opportunity to work with a shift lens.
At the Ronald Reagan National Airport, we worked from the top of the parking garage and inside all terminals. We must have looked like paparazzi, for many travelers asked for whom were we waiting to photograph.
My husband is the more advanced photographer, and even I learn a lot about using the manual settings on my Nikon Coolpix P510. Spouses can take the workshops and not be bored because there is always so much to be learned about whatever camera you carry and the location of the workshop.
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