Experience all of the beauty and grandeur that Washington, D.C. has to offer from one of the highest points in the city. Our exclusive filming location is nestled on the edge of Arlington, VA where you can see nearly all of the monuments like the Jefferson, Lincoln, Washington, MLK, Airforce and Iwo Jima. Our exclusive location will give you access to incredibly unique and amazing perspectives of your favorite DC icons, without the hassle of traffic, parking, or tourists.
This 2-hour course is focused heavily on sunset and nighttime cityscape photography/cinematography. Each participant will get 1 on 1 time with our guru, including learning both shooting and post-production editing techniques (if required).
Subjects for this course include, still landscape photography, long-exposure photography, timelapse photography, and high-resolution 8k cinematography. Each participant will have ample space to set up their own tripod once on location.
Washington, D.C. is a photographer’s paradise. During your course, you’ll be able to capture the widest vistas possible of this historic landscape, which is perfect for panoramas, timelapse, or HDR photography.
This workshop will be aimed at capturing and enhancing your current photographic abilities with cityscape/landscape photography. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting out, each participant will receive 1 on 1 time to go over shot composition, editing/finishing techniques, and post-production deliverables (if shooting timelapse or video).
Depending on which time you chose, you’ll experience the Washington, D.C. skyline as the golden light of sunset casts its rays on all of the monuments or at night when the lights and city come alive.
Andrew ‘Drew’ Geraci is a passionate and award winning photographer/cinematographer who has been in the media industry for over 15 years. At 17, he enlisted in the United States Navy and served as a Mass Communication specialist. During his time in the Navy, he was deployed to aircraft carriers, exotic overseas locations, and traveled the globe documenting military activities. After nearly a decade of service he hung up his uniform and signed on a as Senior Multimedia Producer for the Washington Times in Washington, DC. His role as a visual story-teller and leader would eventually lead him to create his own business which he currently operates and owns – District 7 Media.
Drew has an affinity for creating brilliantly colored and high impact HDR motion time-lapse productions. His notoriety rose when he landed a job working with David Fincher to create the now iconic House of Cards opening credits on NETFLIX. His work has also appeared in shows/advertisements produced by the NFL, HBO, Redbull, Sony, Apple, Nike, Discovery Channel, Cartier and more.