Great, you’ve completed a project! Now the hard part: Documentation. Ever wonder how architectural photographers compose the images that go out in your firm’s marketing materials? Or are you simply a lover of buildings looking to make your mark on Instagram?
Either way, this architectural photography workshop hosted by the Historical Society of Washington, D.C., might be for you:
Using examples from the extensive collections of the Historical Society of Washington, D.C., Library & Collections Director Anne McDonough will offer tips on how to organize digital photography files and suggestions on compiling the documentation necessary to make your contemporary photography work a possible resource for your descendants, future historians, and repositories such as the Historical Society.
COST: $20 members; $30 non-members. Advance registration and ticket purchase recommended. Onsite registration is subject to availability.
This workshop is part of the Street Photography Series, a slate of instructional workshops and historic walking tours covering all eight of D.C.’s wards. This series is designed to encourage active documentation of contemporary Washington, D.C. with a historical context, and culminates with the Spring 2017 For the Record exhibition at the Historical Society of Washington, D.C.