Chinatown & Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Gardens – Street Photography
Trip at a Glance
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Photo Tour, Sightseeing
$85 CAD per person
Departure Day(s) and Time(s)
Multiple dates available. Start time will be confirmed when booking is made.
Arts Club Backstage Lounge (in front of entrance), 1585 Johnston Street, Vancouver
Local photography expert guide
Bring a zoom lens, fully charged batteries, and lot's of room on your memory card. A tripod is not recommended. All group photo tours require a minimum of 6 people. Confirmation will be sent out 24 hours before the start time. This photo tour will go ahead in light to moderate rain but will be cancelled if there is terrible weather.
- Learn photojournalism, candid people and street photography techniques with an accredited photographer
- Create stunning travel images of the Chinese gardens, and the diverse people and atmosphere of Chinatown
- Come away with more confidence and better photographs!
- Explore Chinatown and the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Gardens with a local
Our group Vancouver Photo Tours are a great way to meet other photographers and check out Vancouver at a relaxed pace with lot’s of opportunity for questions, conversation, and exploring compositions. You’ll come away from this tour with more confidence and better photographs! This photography tour focuses on specific settings and techniques for candid people street photography, story telling / photojournalism, travel walk around exposure settings.
Chinatown in Vancouver, British Columbia is Canada’s largest Chinatown. Few neighbourhoods in Vancouver embody the city’s history, diverse cultures and vibrant future like Chinatown. Lots of local residents and adventurous tourists make the people watching and street photography fun and easy. Unique shops with unusual food and clothing items are great for detail shots and story telling techniques.
Dr Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is the first of its kind ever built outside of China and voted the best city garden in Canada. This ornate landscape of jade-colored ponds, stone pathways and traditional tings and halls was built in 1986 by 52 Chinese craftsmen. Today, the Dr. Sun Yet-Sen Garden offers a refuge of tranquility in the midst of a busy city.
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