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Night Visions


Fotoweek DC
is asking everyone to come out to their spontaneous Saturday night photography event called “NIGHT VISIONS”

Anyone with a camera and adventurous spirit in welcome to join other photographers in an ALL-NIGHT Celebration on November 7th! Fotoweek DC wants to create a live portrait of DC after dark, with the best images from each participant to be printed and displayed instantly at Fotoweek Central 1 in Georgetown!

For more information visit:
www.fotoweekdc.org
or
RSVP
nightvisions@fotoweekdc.org

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