Erleben Sie Prag aus Sichtweise des lokalen Fotografen. Lernen Sie, wie Sie fantastische Fotos machen, und lassen Sie sich in die unglaubliche osteuropäsche Landschaft einführen.
Fotografischer Spaziergang durch PragEntdecken Sie Prags unglaubliche Kulisse durch die Augen eines einheimischen FotografenNehmen Sie einige erstaunliche architektonische Details und einzigartige Ausblicke aufBetreten Sie die beeindruckenden Vrotvska-Gärten für einige herrliche FotomöglichkeitenTipps zum Fotografieren von Gebäuden, Menschen und Stadtszenen
Overpriced and the tour guide basically showed us common tourist sights. Start by Hotel Savoy, walk up the hill nearby to get a nice view of Prague, walk by streets around castle, walk over Charles Bridge. End tour. Could have easily done this myself. Tour guide didn't seem very excited either. Would not recommend for the price.
Great tour for photography buffs. We booked this as a family however the focus really is on photography. My Son and Father stayed for the entire tour and learned key photography techniques that they used through out our trip. Additionally, they saw unique views and sights that are off the beaten track. Bring your best camera and do not expect a typical city walk.
This was an excellent tour with some interesting, practical, useful tips for taking better photos. Our guide, Vladimir, was charming, professional and knowledgeable about the city as well as being an expert photographer. He contacted us ahead of time to confirm where we were going to meet. Many of the streets we visited were a bit less travelled and that made for more time for photos and also for less cluttered photos. We felt we had seen areas of the city that we would not have seen otherwise. There was lots of chances to practice taking pictures and he made lots of helpful suggestions. I know this trip was a bit more expensive but it was well worth the cost. Vladimir was willing to use whatever we were comfortable with and work with that. His knowledge of cameras and photographic techniques and equipment is much greater than mine but he did not make me feel as if I had a lot to learn. He did not confuse or preach but showed through example. I felt I really learned something and felt more comfortable with my camera. This tour also reminded me of some things I had learned before and helped me keep those more firmly in my mind when shooting pictures. Both my companion and I agreed that this was an excellent tour. We had very different cameras but were both able to learn something and improve our picture-taking. Excellent!