We’ve updated our photography e-booklet

We’ve updated our photography e-booklet

We've updated our e-booklet again. Our comprehensive 124 page guide to everything photography related covers technical aspects, composition, portraiture and night photography. We've added new photos for better comprehension and added sections dedicated to aperture. Download it free from Aperture Tours.

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The Best Places to Explore in 2018

The Best Places to Explore in 2018

2018 is upon us at last, and with it, it brings new opportunities, new experiences and the chance to explore new cities around the globe. In the previous year we have been worked hard to dive into the underbelly of the most photogenic cities in the world; find the best places to shoot, hide, eat and drink, so you will have no excuses when you go travelling in 2018 as to what to do when you touch down

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Sea Swimming Without the Sand: the Best Sea Baths

Sea Swimming Without the Sand: the Best Sea Baths

I love the beach, and I love swimming, but on the other hand, I hate sand. I am not much of a fan of chlorine, so to keep alive saltwater swimming I seek refuge inside the many sea baths that dot the Australian coast. I relish the idea that I can climb on the rocks and swim laps in a saltwater pool, protected from the sharks, rip tides, and the sand.

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Get on the Pan Tram

Get on the Pan Tram

Panning is a simple and effective technique to bring motion inside a still image. Alexander breaks down how to get the perfect panning image by shooting a nostalgic memory of his childhood, the street tram.

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The best Coffee in Melbourne

The best Coffee in Melbourne

Melbourne is known for its culture, its sport, its trams and its coffee. Mostly it is the coffee! Coffee can come in all different shapes, sizes, colours, strengths and temperatures. Oh and don’t forget alcoholic coffee as an option. Let us run you through some of our favourite coffee shops in the city and inner suburbs.

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The most photogenic beach in Melbourne

The most photogenic beach in Melbourne

The seaside suburb of Brighton is one of Melbourne's most affluent and has a long history as a beachfront destination. Therefore, Dendy Street Beach has always been the place to be. It isn't necessarily the easiest beach to get to, but it is undoubtedly the most iconic and photographed beach in Melbourne. And with good reason too.

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Where to shoot the Melbourne Skyline

Where to shoot the Melbourne Skyline

Melbourne's Skyline is one of the most impressive in the world. With 100 buildings over 100m and 30 of those designated as skyscrapers, it makes it one of the world's top 25 tallest cities. But with so many angles, where is the best place to shoot Marvellous Melbourne? We've collated our favourite spots to shoot the skyline.

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