PhotoTour DC

1455 K Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20005 1455 K Street Northwest, Washington Directions
+12026881362
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Report | 3 years ago
Lynford was fabulous! He was so patient and great at explaining how to use the camera!
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Excellent experience and good teaching.
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I learned a lot about my camera and about photography. It was neat to be able to walk around the Mall and take pictures. Something I don't usually do as I often go in to the city for a specific event and not to just take pictures.
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Report | 3 years ago
Wonderful, instructive and a very pleasant way to spend a morning. I thoroughly enjoyed PhotoTour D.C. Thank you!
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A very helpful and informational tour on photography.
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Report | 3 years ago
great information and fun!
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It was a great experience and I highly recommend Photo Tour DC!
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Report | 4 years ago
Great tour and great instruction! I learned several tips that helped me improve my photography skills instantly.
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Report | 4 years ago
Lyn is very personable and is a great instructor. I'd highly recommend this class and I will probably look at taking other classes with him.
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What a great program for beginner's! I learned so much from the class, and look forward to attending more classes in the future.
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From Our Editors

Lynford Morton doesn't like to be called an instructor. Instead, he prefers photo coach. To Lynford, coaching more accurately describes his process of giving advice and support and boosting confidence in photographers as they actively snap shots of their subjects. His teaching method sticks to this sports analogy, as he first forms a foundation of photography principles—a playbook of sort. Then during hands-on sessions, photographers practice using techniques and calling audibles to get clouds into the right position. Since Lynford keeps most classes at a ratio of 1 to 12 or fewer, he can guide students with tips or illustrate a point with a teaching app on his iPad.

Lynford has always loved to tell stories with pictures. His father, a self-taught photographer from a village on St. Kitts, fueled Lynford's passion at an early age—which he later bridged with a photojournalism college major and a career in public relations. Now, he walks the historic streets of DC each weekend with troops of eager photographers anxious to tell their own visual stories.

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