Edinburgh Photo Tour - Night
Capture the perfect evening shot of Edinburgh Castle before experimenting with long exposure to create dramatic images of the medieval city.
From twilight into the night hours, Edinburgh takes another form. The walls seem to come alive, and shadows play with your senses, creating an otherworldly atmosphere. With a night photo tour of Edinburgh, you will capture the best of the city in the most beautiful setting. Our classic route explores the castle and alleys off the Royal Mile; or choose your own route on this private photo tour.
Whether you are starting off, a hobbyist or have years of experience, our team of professional photographers will find superb photographic opportunities for all kinds of interests. Capture not just the grand landmarks, but the stream of car lights and the blurred passing of boats along the canals. Take advantage of the one-on-one experience of our private and personalised tour to develop your own creative vision while offering practical tips on photographing in low light and long exposures.
Each tour is crafted to the skills and needs of the participants. Apart from taking photos, you can also expect to learn:
- Night photography basics
- Light painting
- Night portraiture - getting the most out of your flash
- Long exposure light streaking - cars, boats
- Reviewing your photography
You won't be on your feet the entire time though, we will start off with a coffee to go over your work and level of technical expertise so that our professional photographers can craft the perfect tour, suited directly to your skill set. Let us know if you have a particular location you want to shoot and we will work it into the itinerary.
Each tour is private, and we will not couple you with people you do not know. Feel free to bring along guests, such as other photographer friends, or your partner and family, but we ask you to limit the group to four people. This way we can work at your pace to make sure you take away the skills that last a lifetime.
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Meeting Point Information
Meeting Point – Leith Street