Learn photography skills with this hands-on, experiential journey!
The National Building Museum -- which is now open after being closed for a year -- educates, entertains, and engages people about the built environment and challenges them to advocate for a sustainable and equitable future. Housed in the historic 19th Century Pension Building, which contains one of the most awe-inspiring spaces in the Nation's Capital: a soaring, expansive Great Hall (about 15 stories tall) featuring eight colossal Corinthian Columns. Throughout the years, this Great Hall has been the site of many historic events, such as Presidential Inauguration Balls. Since its opening in 1985 as the National Building Museum, it has presented more than 200 exhibitions.
This workshop in exterior and interior architectural photography, led by architectural photographer E. David Luria begins outside in Judiciary Square, where we photograph the impressive National Law Enforcement Memorial with the Museum as a backdrop. Then we photograph the impressive exterior of the Museum before going inside to photograph the architecturally unique interior from the upper floors, and finally visiting one of the exhibits.
Washington Photo Safari is a service of E. David Luria Photography.
401 F St., NW
Washington, DC 20001