Join your professional photographer on this private 4-hour photography walking tour around Sydney Harbour and the Sydney Opera House. Your guide will teach you new photography skills and easy tips and techniques to improve your photography. This Sydney photography tour includes the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House as well as back lane's, colonial and architectural history, boardwalks, secret gardens and plenty of abstract perspectives to photograph. Enjoy a wonderfully unique Sydney experience and come away with your own stunning images that reflect your personal photographic interpretation of this beautiful city.
Meet your professional photographer guide at Luna Park with your camera 'in hand' and set off on a journey to discover the beautiful city of Sydney. This is a private photography walking tour but you won't be overloaded with technical information. You’ll be gently lead on a discovery tour where you will learn new photography skills, tips and tricks that will improve your photography while offering a unique perspective on the icons and undiscovered treasures around Sydney's spectacular harbor. It's a gentle 'hands-on' learning experience with time for you to capture your own inspiring images.
From Luna Park, you’ll walk across the Sydney Harbour Bridge to take in the spectacular cityscape. You’ll visit the archaeological remnants of Sydney's historic Rocks area and learn about Sydney’s early founders. This unique experience culminates with a bird's eye view of the Opera House's iconic sails.
A DSLR, compact camera or smart phone is required. To achieve the most from this photography tour using a DSLR camera is recommended. Please bring the manual if you have one, as well as at least one memory card and a set of fully charged spare batteries.
During your tour, your photographer guide will cover the following points:
- Introduction to your camera
- Essential equipment
- How to select the right lens
- Aperture settings
- Shutter speed settings
- ISO settings
- Color balance
- Manual mode settings
- Composition rules and tips
- Learn to ‘see’ with a photographic eye
- Light – the main ingredient and how it works