Thursday, July 19, 2012

Photo Safari - Norristown State Hospital

Postcard image of the administration building
The dativer photo safari for September will be on the grounds of Norristown State Hospital. The first Pa. state hospital constructed in the "cottage" model, interconnected by a system of tunnels. NSH was designed in 1878-1880 by Wilson Brothers and Co.

Many of the buildings are in disrepair and hold a great deal of photographic opportunities - rusted iron, weeds growing out of everything and ivy covered walls. 

If you wish to become a better photographer, the relaxed atmosphere of this photo safari will be a great no-stress venue to learn.

Join the dativer safari on Sunday September 16 from 5:30pm - 7:30pm at Norristown State  Hospital. The timing will be just right for sunset.

What is a photo safari? It is a group of photographers on a walk in an interesting location accompanied by qualified photographer guides. Photographer guides supply tips on composition, lighting and exposure and customize the session to your level of photographic skills.

Learn to create better photographs while exploring the historic Norristown State Hospital grounds on Sunday, September 16, starting at 5:30pm.

For more information write to or call 
484-433-2282 today.

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