National Geographic Traveler's director of photography, Dan Westergren, shooting a live Google Hangout at the Tidal Basin in Washington, D.C. (Photograph by Tyler Metcalfe)
Washington, D.C.’s famous cherry trees are in full bloom, and Nat Geo Travel took you there in real time with Dan Westergren, the head of photography for Traveler magazine, leading the way.
During the Google Hangout On Air, Dan went down to one of the District’s most photogenic spots–the Tidal Basin–to capture this world-class capital city in all its springtime glory and offer practical tips about how to leverage light and composition when you’re trying to get the perfect shot of these iconic–and fleeting–blossoms.
If you couldn’t join us in real time, watch the video now:
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