Date(s) - 10/19/2019
Alexandria Black History Museum
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Saturday, October 19, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. – plus one hour post-event networking reception
Workshop – “Better Photography for Picture Takers” – It’s been almost three years since two historical photographers Sharon Farmer and George Tolbert conducted a photography workshop at the Alexandria Black History Museum. Farmer, the first African-American Director of White House Photography, and Tolbert, the first African American official U.S. Senate photographer, will reveal some of their creative techniques followed by an invitation to participants to share their photographs on a movie screen for expert suggestions on how to make their images taken from cell phones to traditional cameras more compelling.
They and our co-sponsor, the Exposure Group African American Photographers Association, encourage you to bring your images on a thumb drive or CD to garner tips on how to improve those images. $5