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Every year, I try to come up with a new specialty tour to keep locals interested. While the Lincoln assassination tour consistently draws well and the Kennedy homes of Georgetown is a good attraction, other tours ebb and flow. So … Continue reading
Yes, this is my company. I’ve been working with budding photographers for five seasons. Mostly, it’s Washingtonians rather than out-of-towners, though anyone is welcome. I offer theme tours — the Lincoln assassination, Embassy Row, Georgetown homes of the Kennedys, Mount … Continue reading
Capital Photo History Tours is back for its second year with lessons learned from the first season. 1. We lowered the price from $79 to $50 per person. But to tell you a secret, they’re really $25 because we sell … Continue reading
When becoming a licensed Washington tour guide two years ago, my mentor Maricar Donato said find a niche. Something special I could provide that others don’t. Introducing Capital Photo History Tours. Local photographer Angela B. Pan, whose work like the … Continue reading