Untapped History! On Friday, July 21, 2017, professional photographer David Norbut, a leader in the growing field of smart phone photography, will discuss his portrait, documentary, and street photography and give tips for taking your photos to the next level using apps such as Hipstamatic and Instagram. Participants can also view historical photos and cameras from the Delaware Historical Society’s collection while enjoying conversation, light snacks and drinks with others in the burgeoning mobile arts community.
Reservations required (302) 655-7161. $7 Society members, $10 non-members. FREE parking available at the Colonial Lot on 6th and Shipley streets courtesy of Colonial Parking.
About David Norbut
David Norbut is a portrait and music photographer with a passion for shooting street scapes and documentaries. His photographs have been published in The Guardian, The New York Times, Huffington Post and have been exhibited in several galleries around the globe. David is drawn to capturing the raw beauty of the people he meets and the environments surrounding us. He is based in Wilmington, Delaware. For more information go to davidnorbut.com.
Reservations required: 302.655.7161
$7.00 Society members, $10.00 non-members
FREE Parking courtesy of Colonial Parking at 6th & Shipley Streets