David Luria founded Washington Photo Safari in as a sideline to his own architectural photography business and as a second career after 33 years in the non-profit management sector. It has trained an average of 5 amateur photographers every day since , one-third of whom have returned as repeat clients on 2 or more safaris. Now in its 19th year of operation, the organization has developed a manual that helped spawn similar Safari programs in 20 other cities around the USA and Canada. Luria is a DC-based professional commercial photographer specializing in architecture, landmarks, restaurant and event photography.
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We must find the light source, know our camera settings, have an idea of the direction we want to shoot, compose our image, and shoot. I asked Joe if I could pop into his session for a few minutes to take some photos. He agreed, so I headed over to his tattooing room at the end of my tattoo session with Eric Merrill. I was at the door, asked Joe again if it was cool, and he said sure, but he was wrapping up in about 3 minutes.
In particular, he is praised for his photographs of the English at leisure in the s, which display his wryly humorous, subtle observations of the English character. His idiosyncratic eye, as he himself recognised, created a unique vision of the world. This, I hope, helps to create a feeling of fantasy. Photography can be a mirror and reflect life as it is, but I also think that perhaps it is possible to walk, like Alice, through the looking glass, and find another kind of world with the camera.
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Upon his arrival, Plakke set up his photography business, and he has been in demand ever since. His many clients include advertising firms and such institutions as the National Academy and the Austrian Cultural Forum.
At the turn of the century Greenpoint and the surrounding area was home to a sizable Swedish population , most of them recent arrivals who worked in the factories of what was then a heavily manufacturing area. Frank's father John Larson was a foreman at Hecla Iron Works in Williamsburg, one of the nation's premier manufacturers of decorative wrought iron gates and installations.