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Whether you’re planning a vacation or a “staycation,” you’ll no doubt be shooting photos as you travel the world or hang out close to home. The ubiquity of cell phone cameras and Instagram have given rise to apps that let you enhance your images before and after you shoot. Three professional photographers join us on Tech Tuesday to talk about photo apps and gear, composing great shots on digital cameras large and small and hacks that will make your pictures pop.
- Melanie Otto Professional photographer; Instructor with The Washington Photo Safari
- Corey Hilz Professional Photographer and Instructor for Capital Photography Center
- Sarah Gormley Professional Photographer
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