Explore the colours and textures of Strathcona

Vancouver: Strathcona Photowalk

Product ID: 58007

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Key Details
2 hours
Mobile Voucher Accepted
Printed Voucher Accepted
Instant Confirmation
Live Guide
English, Italian
Wheelchair Accessible

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What You'll Do
  • Explore one of Vancouver's most charming neighbourhoods while you learn about photography
  • Receive professional instruction to help you capture the best shots of Vancouver
  • Improve your skills in a short lesson geared specifically to you
Explore Vancouver while taking a 2-hour lesson in digital photography. Learn and improve your skills in a short, customized lesson geared specifically to you.
What to Expect
Ready to step into one of Vancouver’s most charming neighborhoods? You will find yourself surrounded by color, textures and historic architecture. Strathcona is Vancouver’s oldest residential neighborhood, built between the end of 1800 and the beginning of 1900 for the railway workers and is now home of a vibrant community of artist and creatives.

This photowalk will take you back in time admiring the beautiful details and learning how to use your camera to create stunning photographs. Your guide will talk about photographic technique and creative composition. Get ready to be inspired by this beautiful corner of the city!
What's Included
  • Guided tour
  • Photography fact sheet
  • Reference guide
What's Not Included
  • Camera*
  • All other photography equipment*
  • Cameras and tripods are available for rent with advanced notice
Meeting Point

598 Union St, Vancouver, BC V6A 2B8, Canada - in front of Benny's Market (Open in Google Maps)

Know Before You Go
Dress according to the weather as you tend to spend most of the two hours outside. For the evening walks please bring a tripod. For all walks, make sure your batteries are fully charged or that you have a spare, and that your memory cards have sufficient room on them to shoot. If you aren't that familiar with your camera, consider bringing a manual in case we need to make adjustments while on the walk.

If you're lucky enough to have many lenses, you are welcome to bring what you please. Most people have kit lenses and these are fine. Many people enquire as to which lens they should bring, the usual answer is as many as you feel like carrying. My recommended lens is an 18-200 (if you haven't bought your camera yet) due to the range in focal lengths it provides.

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Product ID: 58007