Berlin Day & Night Photo Tour
Duration – 6 hours
Type of Tour – Private
Max Participants – 4
Cost – €285 (normally €310)
A six hour private photo tour in Berlin. Starting with coffee to review your photography skills and customise our tour to suit your level and go over technical skills. Explores the Berlin Wall from Potsdamer Platz to the Reichstag Building in the afternoon before crossing into Mitte to master nighttime exposures.
Book both day and night tours together and receive 15% off your second tour!
Follow the trail of the reunified city. Photograph historic sights in the epicentre of the cold war such as Potsdamer Platz and the Brandenburg gate to the Reichstag building and the iconic Berlin TV Tower.
Taking in both the sites and skills of the day tour and the night tour, you will enjoy all the very best Berlin has to offer with your personal, professional photographic guide. We will lead you to superb photographic opportunities for all kinds of subjects, from landmarks and people watching to hidden secrets and great views over the city, all the while offering practical tips and helping you to develop your own creative vision.
Each tour is crafted to the skills and needs of the participants. Apart from taking photos, you can also expect to learn:
- Creative composition, using lines, repetition, camera angles
- Training your eye: composition, subjects, lighting
- Taking control of your camera: f-stop, shutter speed, ISO and focusing
- Night photography basics
- Light painting
- Night portraiture - getting the most out of your flash
- Long exposure light streaking - cars, boats
- Reviewing your photography
Each tour is private, but feel free to bring along guests, such as other photographer friends or your partner and family, but we ask you 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.
Combined tours can be taken either back to back or over two separate days. If you choose the two day option, please email us so we can arrange the same photographer both days.