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Learn the essentials of Street Photography from Tony Juliano.
These sessions are free to all Contributor Members, $20 for everyone else (pay at the door).
Attendees will be limited to a maximum of 12, so sign up early!
Join us for an afternoon of instruction and photography on the streets of our fair city. You will learn various tips and tricks, plus all the other essential information you will need to become a great documentary photographer. Our instruction, plus your talent will equal success.
This months location is Kelly Drive / Boathouse Row.
Kelly Drive, or more formally, John B. Kelly Drive, is a road that winds for 4 miles along the Schuylkill River from Eakins Oval before the Philadelphia Museum of Art to the neighborhood of East Falls, Philadelphia, just south of Wissahickon Creek, where it connects with Lincoln Drive.
Formerly known as East River Drive, it was renamed "Kelly Drive" in the 1980's to honor John B. Kelly, Jr., a Philadelphia City Councilman, Olympic rower, and the brother of Grace Kelly. Alongside Kelly Drive, a statue of Kelly's father, Olympic rower John B. Kelly, Sr., has been placed at the grandstand near the national racecourse finish line. Along Kelly Drive is Boathouse Row, the Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial Sculpture Garden, and a multi-use recreational trail that is part of Fairmount Park.
We will meet in front of the "Rocky" statue, at the base of the Art Museum steps, promptly at 3 pm.
These instructional photo-walks are held every 3rd Saturday of each month. We will be covering a different neighborhood each month.