Vancouver is one of North America’s most photogenic cities, with snow-capped mountains, white-sand beaches and gleaming, modern buildings. But even with the latest digital cameras, it’s not always easy to capture that perfect picture.
That’s where a unique new tour comes into play. Vancouver Photowalks combines a guided walking tour of downtown Vancouver with an introductory photo course. While visiting some of the city’s best-known sites, guests also learn how to take professional, postcard-worthy photos.
The two-hour walks promise to turn even beginners into competent photographers.
Different tours ($49-$99) visit some of Vancouver’s most vibrant neighborhoods, from historic Chinatown to Granville Island, the bustling waterfront food and craft market. While exploring on foot, guests get lessons on everything from basic photo composition and landscapes to portraiture and macro photography.
The genius of the tour, of course, is that you can immediately put those lessons to good use, snapping great shots of city landmarks. Not only will you demystify your digital camera, you’re almost guaranteed to leave with a stunning collection of Vancouver photos to share with family and friends.
To see details on different Vancouver Photowalks, visit the website.