I love Essex Heritage Photo Safaris. When else will you have the opportunity to experiment with awesome cameras and lenses, learn from professional photographers, and interact with some of the region's most exquisite natural, cultural and historic landscapes?
The last photo safari I attended in Salem was when Canon was at Salem Maritime, the National Park in Salem. We spent the morning focusing our lenses on the tall ship Friendship, historic houses along Derby Street, and Derby Wharf. It was five years ago, and I'm still talking about it.
Canon is returning to Salem on July 30th for another Essex Heritage Photo Safari at the Phillips House on Chestnut Street. Presented in conjunction with Hunt's Photo & Video (as all of the Photo Safaris are), this unique visit to the McIntire District will feature photographer Barbara Ellison, the Federal style architecture of Chestnut Street, and the latest camera equipment from Canon.
Essex Heritage Photo Safari featuring Canon
Presented by the Essex National Heritage Commission and Hunt’s Photo and Video
Historic New England’s Phillip’s House, 34 Chestnut Street, Salem, MA 01970
Saturday, July 30, 2011, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Reservations are required. Essex Heritage members $30/Nonmembers $45.
For more information and to register visit www.EssexHeritage.org/photosafari or call 978-740-0444.