Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Venice Photography Walking Tour: Twilight Sunset Tour. 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.
This was a wonderfully relaxing evening walking through the quiet side streets of Venice that so many tourists never see! What a shame as Venice is more than St. Marks Square and the Rialto! Tour made us look for the unusual sights of Venice and the chance to see the people of Venice going about their daily life. We had a wonderful meal the guide recommended at a local Trattoria afterwards with only the locals! What a meal!!!.
I am a part-time photographer and wanted to photograph something a little different than the photos you usually see of Venice. Mario took me to places where the locals live and it was such an enjoyable experience. He also gave me some valuable tips on how to care for my camera and what to do/not to do when photographing the people of Venice. It was a wonderful tour and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to see something a little different than the main tourist attractions of Venice.
Thank you Mario this was the high light of my sons holiday. Two people on the tour which was great.
My guide, Andres, was very helpful and taught me a lot about how to take interesting photos and useing the light available. It was not exactly what I expected from the tour but it was what I needed to improve my photography skills.
The tour was beneficial to my friend and I. It is more of an education than a tour to improve your photography of Venice. This course is for people with a desire to improve their photography - do not waste the guides time with a point and shoot camera, I-phones especially. Our photos since taking the tour have improved ten-fold - your eye becomes more critical and you gain more confidence in street photography. We recommend this tour, but to the amateur photographer with a serious camera who is looking for the extra edge in photography. You will learn about your camera, and what the guide does not know about your camera is not worth knowing. The guide is a local who was entertaining and very knowledgeable, but also commanded your complete attention to the task at hand. I felt like a young apprentice not wanting to disappoint the master. I got more than I could have hoped to from the tour, and that was to learn about my camera and to take great pictures