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Social media smartphone photography tours

Social media smartphone photography tours

The best camera is the one you have on you and for most people that's their smartphones. Your guide used to shoot covers and content for guidebooks such as Lonely Planet and Time Out as well as covering news events around the world but was an early adopter of smartphone photography for work and now loves to share the secrets of great photos and on this tour it's all about the smartphone and the amazing photos you can get if you just know a few tips.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$21.71
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$21.71
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Edinburgh Highlights Photography Tour

Edinburgh Highlights Photography Tour

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Your Guide, Bella McRae is a professional Photographer with almost 20 years years experience. An Australian born Scot, Bella moved to Edinburgh 2 years ago to further develop her photographic art. Bella has achieved international recognition for her portrait work and prior to her move to Scotland was a judge for local camera clubs. Tours are limited to a maximum of 6 people but will run with just one booking. With keeping our numbers limited, we ensure that you get personal one on one attention from Bella, with advice, tailored to your needs. This makes our tours suitable for photographers of all levels.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$86.80
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Private Edinburgh Photography Tour

Private Edinburgh Photography Tour

Don’t limit yourself to just the Royal Mile; the Extended Photo tours take in both the Street Tour and the Night Tour so you can cover more ground and come away with more spectacular images. Let a professional photographer guide you through your setting as they whisk you to their favourite spots to capture the best images in the Capital. We will lead you to superb photographic opportunities for all kinds of subjects, from landmarks and people watching to hidden secrets and great views over the city, all the while offering practical tips and helping you to develop your own creative vision. Each tour is crafted to the skills and needs of the participants. Apart from taking photos, you can also expect to learn: Creative composition, using lines, repetition, camera angles Training your eye: composition, subjects, lighting Taking control of your camera: ƒ-stop, shutter speed, ISO and focusing Night photography basics Long exposure light streaking - cars, boats Reviewing your photography
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$160.45
Price varies by group size
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$160.45
Price varies by group size
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Edinburgh Photography Tour with Tuition

Edinburgh Photography Tour with Tuition

All tours are private. As a photographer and film maker I have a unique take on the city I call home, the Castle is visible from a few great spots and are an absolute must when you come to visit, Make sure you get the photos you want with a local guide!
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$114.29
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