Heritage & Harbourside Full Day Tour
Location: Park St, St Brendons Hill, Cabot Tower & Bristol Cathedral, M shed, Queens Square, King St to Millennium Square.
The 3rd Sunday of each Month.
Dates: Please see below.
Maximum group size: 6 per tutor
Tour Fee: £50 per person
( Price of lunch and drinks not included)
Duration: 5 hours
Ability level: Novice / Enthusiast
Please note: In the event of poor weather a tour may be postponed and an alternative date arranged.
This photography tuition tour is perfect for a fully immersive for day of photography. Spending time to gain expertise of your DSLR with the opportunity to release your inner creative photographer whilst exploring beautiful historic Bristol.
Starting in Clifton at Bristol Museum with it's Baroque Architecture we take in Wills Memorial Hall, Park Street and St Brendons Hill. Moving from Cabot Tower through the Georgian streets to College Green and Bristol Cathedral which we are very lucky to be granted access to shoot inside.
Stopping for lunch at Spitfire on Hanover Quay on the historic harbour-side to share our images of the tour over a drink or lunch if preferred.
The afternoon takes in the harbour-side at the M Shed with the impressive cranes, steam railway, Redcliffe Back with the iconic candy coloured merchant houses and Queens Square. Moving through the Georgian streets to Welsh-back and the lively historic city centre of Kings Street with great street photography opportunities, we circle round to the converted industrial watershed side ending up in the contemporary Millennium Square.
Finishing at a local bar on the historic harbour-side to view your shots of the tour over a drink.
As we go we will be teaching the core principles of photography, and you can consult us at anytime for additional specific advice whilst enjoying the freedom to explore fascinating changing cityscapes.
Our approach is very practical and hands on designed to give you the confidence to use your DSLR controls and settings.
This tour provides training on capturing light using all the key elements of exposure; Shutter Speed, Aperture, ISO, and White Balance. Along with top tips on how to use different composition ideas to give your photo's a real wow factor.