Take in the architecture and beauty of the many bridges in London whilst picking up some top photography tips from your professional guide!
- London (London)
- Price for 1 Participant
Join an expert photographer and London tour guide on this wonderfully unique London Bridges Photography Sightseeing Tour. Gain a deeper understanding of the structural architecture in our great capital, and pick up some valuable camera tricks to help improve your individual photography skills.
Starting at The Monument in the City of London, the two and a half hour sightseeing tour begins as you and your group set off along the bank of the River Thames. The bridges of London each have their own fascinating back story and unique designs, ideal for practising a variety of photography techniques and picking up tips on urban landscape shooting. The tour guide has a wealth of knowledge on the surrounding area, so not only will you improve your camera confidence and capture some great images, you'll hear a variety of tales and anecdotes that you can impress your friends with later! After a two and a half hour walking tour, the experience will conclude at London's Southbank.
This photography experience in London is a perfect combination of sightseeing and camera skills, ideal for tourists and keen photographers alike. Treat a lucky someone to a totally unique walking tour, and prepare to be indulged with tales of London's past and a multitude of fantastic pictures!
The photography tour runs on approximately one Saturday a month, between 14:00 and 16:30.
Current scheduled 2017 dates:
Minimum age: 12 (under 16s must be accompanied by a participating adult)
Please note this tour involves a significant amount of walking.
Experience Duration: 00:30
Time at Venue: 02:30
This is a two and a half hour walking photography tour.
Participants: The London Bridges Photography Sightseeing Tour is for 1 participant.
Max Group Size: 11
Spectators Allowed on Site: Yes
Minimum group size: 4
Maximum group size: 16
Participants must bring a digital camera, preferably a DSLR with manual settings. You should wear comfortable walking shoes and clothing appropriate for the weather, and may wish to bring a notepad and pen.
In particularly adverse weather conditions the tour may have to be rescheduled for another date.