Take a photographic trip through the lesser-known sights of Tokyo as you learn composition and technical tips to take your camera skills to the next level. This small-group tour is a great opportunity for both beginner and more advanced photography lovers alike to gain a new perspective on this fascinating Japanese capital.
Start your photography excursion by meeting your guide at the Steam Locomotive at Shinbashi station, and head to the Shiodome business district where you will photograph steel and glass towers by the morning light.
Here you will work on composition skills—how to frame a scene. You will also learn how to craft a story in your photos by using the environment and the people within.
Continue your photo-taking journey through Ginza, exploring the tiny back alleys and hidden pockets peppered throughout the area. During the day, you will encounter cooks and wait staff, as well as salarymen, going about their daily work.
Eventually, you will arrive at Yurakucho where you will photograph the interior of the immense Tokyo International Forum. Here you will find numerous photographic challenges which will allow you to create dramatic images. You can easily get a train to your next destination from here.
Average walking distance on this photography tour is 1.3 miles (2 km).