Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Venice Photography Walking Tour: A Day in Life of Venice. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
I absolutely loved my tour! It was the best way to see Venice as well as learn about photography from an expert. I found a whole new way of looking into my camera and waiting for the best shot. I had so much fun as well! Recommend this to anyone with a camera.
Jo Ann L
I loved our guide!! I am new to photography, he taught me so much!! I would have loved a full day tour!! I would recommend this tour... 5 stars!!
Mario is a knowledgeable leica photographer with a good knowledge of venice. He was puntual, polite and helpful in creating great photo images. Frankly if you are not into photography pick another tour.This is a photgraphy lesson by a pro in a great outdoor location. That's what I wanted. I loved it
Be prepared and know your camera well to get the most from your course. Be ready with questions you want to ask of a professional digital photographer. Group size is not specified so numbers could affect quality of instruction. I was the only client on the day I took it. After overcoming my surprise from expecting a group lesson we spent an enjoyable morning wandering the streets of Venice photographing architectural details since that is what I wanted to focus on. Unfortunately on Sundays the markets are not open so we did not get that opportunity but suggestions were made on how best to photograph it later in the week.
The walk itself was beautiful; however, the guide, Mario, was very stuck on a program of basic photography skills and didn't adapt well to my level of knowledge.
Worth doing if you have a really good camera. I would suggest that you give a specific idea of what you want to photograph as we ended up with lots of photos of parts of buildings. We did pick up some tips we used afterwards, such as framing and positioning yourself to see the best photo plus taking portraits. We also visited quiet parts of Venice. Our favourite place was the quirky Aqua Alta bookshop.
My wife and I were the only participants which should have been good but we were disappointed with the content. We also think the price is very expensive. It would have been better to have received more education and advice on the types of photos we prefer to take rather than have the whole time focussing on a series of street shots.