To help inspire your inner photographer, we’ve also included a video at the end of this blog that showcases surf photographer Clark Little. He proves that taking good photographs is a matter of practice and patience, and that’s one of the reasons why photography tour guides are so useful. When you watch the video and learn that Clark started out taking photos in the ocean with a point-and-shoot camera covered by a cheap waterproof case and now creates phenomenal images that have gained international recognition, you’ll be inspired to hire a photography guide ASAP to take you to equally beautiful photo spots. We at GuideAdvisor encourage you to follow through with that inspiration; the photographs you take on guided tours alongside professional photographers will leave you with lasting memories.
- David Cooke‘s Dublin Coastal Guided Photoraphy Tour and Dublin City by Night Guided Photgraphy Tour that show you every nook and cranny of the city, allow you to take unique professional photographer-assisted photographs, and hear all about the local folklore (and all with the added bonus of wonderful Irish wit thrown into the mix!).
- Ian Hardy‘s Westminster Walk that, under the guidance of a man who has worked in photography for the past 17 years, teaches you all the knacks to good photography (as well as photography basics, like white balance and focus points), and wraps up with assisting you in taking an impressive panoramic shot of London’s Houses of Parliament.